Thank you for clarifying, that is what I ended up doing.   

Thank you Ben.  I realize there maybe an issue there.  I was thinking someone came up with a workaround (sort of speaking).  In either cases, I think labels would work well to test partial huge routines, but it will only alter the starting point, not end.  

Thank you, I think that will work.  Adding a label does not seem to interfere with routine flow, so at least you can run a unit test starting from anywhere, but you still will have to run the routine to the end.

Either way, this is definitely an option if you wish to run a unit test from some point other the starting label.

Thank you,

Alex

Thank you Robert.

That worked, and thank you very much for the explanation.  I would not guess something like this.  Great to know,

Alex

I meant - I guess what would be the benefit to use class method [private] vs regular method [private] here?  

Thank you, I think I understand now the differences well, but benefits is still a little odd.  Is there a difference / benefit / correct preference between using regular method() [private[ vs classmethod [private]?  If for example you are looking to keep your methods private.