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Logical Operators

  • Date: Nov 03, 2015

Logical Operators

The logical operators allow a row to correlate to a previous row. This allows for multiple criteria on a page for the purpose of triggering an operation. For information on the operators and their definitions, refer to the following table.

Operator Definition
& Both this row and the previous row must resolve for this operation to happen.
| Either this row or the previous row must resolve for this operation to happen.
&( A parenthetical compare begins where there are multiple lines within a single set. It compares the previous line to the result of all lines between this operator and the first parenthetical close. Both sets must be true for this to be true.
|( Like the &( operator except that either the previous line or the set must be true to return a true value.
&) A parenthetical compare closes. This line is the last line included in the compare and is evaluated like the & operator.
|) A parenthetical compare closes. This line is the last line included in the compare and is evaluated like the | operator.
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