Adds a range of variants to the next executed test.
With the previous macro, it was possible to add a single variant value to a test. With the macro PARAMETER_RANGE, the same thing can be done with a range of values. Each consequent call to PARAMETER_RANGE will add a range, which will be tested during next test. The framework will automatically repeat the next EXECUTE command for each value in the range.
During execution the test can retrieve and implement the current variation using the macro PARAMETER_VALUE.
Usually this macro is used during setup of the test, e.g. before the EXECUTE macro. However, it is possible to add variant to the next test from everywhere.
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