by Rob ten Kroode | Mar 28, 2019 | Operators

The Unequality operator is used to compare two values and to check whether these values are not equal. The <> operator can be used to compare values of any type. Syntax Value1 <> Value2 Returns The result of the <> operator is a boolean. The result...
by Rob ten Kroode | Mar 28, 2019 | Operators

Subtraction is used to subtract several values. To subtract values the – operator is used. The values can be of the following type: text number duration datetime concept_set Syntax Value1 – Value2 (- Value3, – Value4 -…) Returns A new value...
by Rob ten Kroode | Mar 28, 2019 | Operators

Power (or exponentiation ) is used to calculate a number raised to a given power. Syntax number1 ^ number2 Returns Returns a number that is the result of number1 raised to a given power (number2). Examples 2 ^ 3 /* results in 8 */ 3 ^ 2 /* results in 9...
by Rob ten Kroode | Mar 28, 2019 | Operators

Multipliction is used to multiply several values. To multiply values the * operator is used. The values can be of the following type: number duration Syntax Value1 * Value2 (* Value3, * Value4 *…) Returns A new value that is the result of multiplying value1 and...
by Rob ten Kroode | Mar 28, 2019 | Operators

Modulo is used to calculate the remainder of the division of two numbers. Syntax number1 % number2 Returns A number that is the result of applying the modulo operator to number1 and number2. Examples 37 % 7 /* results in 2 */ 35 % 7 /* results in 0...
by Rob ten Kroode | Mar 28, 2019 | Operators

Checks if at least one of two conditions evaluates to true. The operators | and or can both be used and are exaclty the same. Syntax Condition1 | Condition 2 Condition1 or Condition 2 Returns A boolean value, depending on the check if Condition1 or Condition2...