Continuing the previous example, make sure Parameter Information is displaying the second overload of the
StrComp function and complete the details of the second parameter by typing the text
"friday", (including quotation marks and comma). This will advance you to the third and final parameter;
compare. This parameter is different than the previous string-based parameters because it has a pre-defined list of possible values. Test Design Studio will automatically display a member list of the available values when you reach the third parameter!
This list of values is called an Enumeration list, or Enum for short. These member lists make it easy to choose among the expected values for a parameter in a function call. Complete this function call example by selecting
vbTextCompare from the list of values. If Parameter Information is still displayed, press Esc to close it.