Testing Code Containing Infinite Loops
We can insert a “break” into the code to force it to terminate after one iteration, or any number of iterations we choose.
Let us take a look at the number of ways we can do it.
- In method 1; I want to only run the loop once. The easiest and quickest way is to put a break in at the end of the loop with my probe point.
- In method 2; I want to get a number of results, I can set a static count to run the loop 10 times and output certain private member variable values for each loop.
- In method 3; I have declared some user code in the environment user code. My probe point will check the value of the user prefix user code and break when the conditions are right.