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Use a Statement step to execute expressions. For example, you can use a Statement step to increment the value of a local variable in a sequence.
By default, Statement steps do not pass or fail. When the step cannot evaluate the expression or when the expression sets Step.Result.Error.Occurred to True, TestStand sets the step status to Error. Otherwise, TestStand sets the step status to Done.
The Statement step type does not define any additional step properties other than custom properties common to all steps.