Relevant for: GUI actions, scripted GUI components, and function libraries
When working with actions, scripted components, or function libraries in the Editor, it is important to follow accepted VBScript practices for comments and indentation.
Use comments to explain sections of an action, a scripted component, or a function library. This improves readability and makes your scripts easier to maintain and update. For details, see Comments.
Use indentation to reflect the logical structure and nesting of your statements.
For more detailed information on formatting in VBScript, you can view the VBScript documentation from the UFT Help menu (Help > HPE Unified Functional Testing Help > VBScript Reference).