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> Hey all. I'm actually looking to exercise some VBA code using python's `pywin32` library and a legacy macro-enabled workbook.

Does any viable workaround exist to generating some _semblance_ of a coverage report on, for instance, a VBA module? I am a bit daunted by the prospect of having to debug hundreds and hundreds of lines containing legacy code to make sure my unit tests are covering all edge cases.

I understand that there are some fundamental issues as indicated by @retailcoder and
> I'm actually looking to exercise some VBA code using python's `pywin32` library and a legacy macro-enabled workbook.

Does any viable workaround exist to generating some _semblance_ of a coverage report on, for instance, a VBA module? I am a bit daunted by the prospect of having to debug hundreds and hundreds of lines containing legacy code to make sure my unit tests are covering all edge cases.

I understand that there are some fundamental issues as indicated by @retailcoder and @MDoerner
 
 
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> @awa5114 stick Debug.Print "{module}.{procedure}" as the first line in every method, then see which modules and procedures are called. Compare to a list of all modules in the project to find the % hit. Use conditional compilation so these debug messages only appear in debug mode
> @awa5114 stick Debug.Print "{module}.{procedure}" as the first line in every method, then see which modules and procedures are called. Compare to a list of all modules in the project to find the % hit. Use conditional compilation so these debug messages only appear in debug mode.
> @awa5114 Very basic approach: stick Debug.Print "{module}.{procedure}" as the first line in every method, then see which modules and procedures are called. Compare to a list of all modules in the project to find the % hit. Use conditional compilation so these debug messages only appear in debug mode.
> @awa5114 Very basic approach: stick Debug.Print "{module}.{procedure}" as the first line in every method, then see which modules and procedures are called. Compare to a list of all modules in the project to find the % hit. Optionally use conditional compilation so these debug messages only appear in debug mode.
 
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