Adds a one or more sets containing values for the next test.

Array holding one or more sets

It is possible to vary the test by giving more than one value at a time. To do this, use the macro PARAMETER_SET. This will add one or more set of values. This macro can be used many times while preparing the test. Each consequent call to PARAMETER_SET will add one or more set of values, and each of those sets will in turn be tested during next test. The test will implement the variant using the macro PARAMETER_VALUE. The individual members of the set can be accessed from the test, by casting PARAMETER_VALUE to a pointer to one of the sets, e.g. ((set_type*)PARAMETER_VALUE)->set_member. Usually this macro is used during setup of the test, e.g. before the EXECUTE macro. However, it is possible to add sets to next test from everywhere.



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