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\textbf{Test functions}\\
\begin{description}
-\item [getNodeAttribute]{Reads the value on the node (e.g. \gdcase{}, \gdstep{}) on which this function is resolved, and uses this as the data for the \gdstep{}. It has two possible arguments, \bxname{name} reads the name of the node, and \bxname{comment} reads the comment on the node. If the comment is empty, the value used is \bxname{null}. If you have overwritten either the name or the comment at this place of reuse, then these new details are used.}
+\item [getNodeAttribute]{Reads the value on the node (e.g. \gdcase{}, \gdstep{}) on which this function is resolved, and uses this as the data for the \gdstep{}. It has four possible arguments, \bxname{name} reads the name of the node, \bxname{comment} reads the comment on the node, \bxname{description} reads the raw (non-rendered) description on the node, and \bxname{taskId} reads the task ID on the node. If the comment is empty, the value used is \bxname{null}. If you have overwritten either the name or the comment at this place of reuse, then these new details are used.}
\item [getCentralTestDataSetValue]{Use this function to access a value saved in a central data set. This lets you combine values that you have defined centrally with values that you use locally, or lets you combine values from different central data sets in your test. It locates a single cell in a specific central data set based on a value in a column that you define as a key, and a column in which to search for the required value. It requires four arguments: the name of the central data set to search in, the name of the column which you wish to use as a ''key'' (you can name the column KEY if you require), the value in the key column (to specify the line), and the column in which the required data cell is located.}
\end{description}

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