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Corticon Studio: Rule Language Guide : Categories of rule operators : Attribute operators : Boolean
 

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Boolean
Corticon's Boolean attribute operators are as follows:
Name and Syntax
Returns
Description
Equals (used as a comparison)
<Expression1> = <Expression2>
Boolean
Returns a value of true if <Expression1> has the same value as <Expression2>.
Equals (used as an assignment)
<Boolean1> = <Expression1>
Boolean
Assigns the truth value of <Expression1> to <Boolean1>
<Expression1> <> <Expression2>
Boolean
Returns a value of true if <Expression1> does not have the same truth value as <Expression2>
<Expression1> or <Expression2> or …
Boolean
Returns a value of true if either <Expression1> or <Expression2> evaluates to true.
And
<<Boolean1> and <Boolean2>
Boolean
Returns a value of true if both <<Boolean1> and <Boolean2 are true. NOTE: This operator can be used only in Preconditions/Filters section of the Rulesheet.
not <Expression>
Boolean
Returns the negation of the truth value of <Expression>