The trace statement writes a string to the Script Execution Progress window and to the script log file, when used. It is very useful for debugging purposes. Using $-expansions of variables that are calculated prior to the trace statement, you can customize the message.


Trace string

Example 1:  

Trace Main table loaded;

Example 2:  

Let MyMessage = NoOfRows('MainTable') & ' rows in Main Table';

Trace $(MyMessage);

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