SilkTest Question 59: What is hidecalls keyword for ?

As described in 4test manual: The keyword hidecalls hides the method from the call stack listed in the results. Using hidecalls allows you to update the expected value of the verification method from the results. If you don't use hidecalls in a verification method, the results file will point to the frame file, where the method is defined, instead of to the script. Borland recommends that you use hidecalls in all verification methods so you can update the expected values.

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