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Action Fixture
An action fixture interprets tables for which the first column contains one of a small number of commands. Subsequent columns contain values interpreted by the particular command. The generic action fixture offers only four commands, but subclasses may extend this set.
  • start aClass - Subsequent commands are directed to an instance of aClass. This is similar to navigating to a particular GUI screen.
  • enter aMethod anArgument - Invoke aMethod with anArgument (of type determined by aMethod.) This is similar to entering values into GUI fields.
  • press aMethod - Invoke aMethod with no arguments. This is similar to pressing a GUI button.
  • check aMethod aValue - Invoke aMethod with no arguments. Compare the returned value with aValue. This is similar to reading values from a GUI screen.

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