What is the use of invocationcount in TestNG?

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Jun 18 in Selenium by Owen
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Hey Owen, The invocationcount attribute tells how many times TestNG should run a test method. In this example, the method testCase1 will be invoked ten times:

@Test(invocationCount = 10)
public void testCase1(){}
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