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Operators

The following operators can be used throughout the system in Formulas.

Operator

Definition

*multiply
/divide
+add
-subtract

==

equals

!=

not equals

>=

greater or equal to

<=

less than or equal to

>

greater than

<

less than

~=contains

!~=

does not contain

 

Logical Operators

You can combine formula criteria using logical operators such as AND and OR. These are:

OperatorDefinitionExample
||Or($priority == High || $priority == Low)
&&And($contract_amount >= 50000 && $approval_required == 'Yes')

 

Order of Operations

Formula expressions are evaluated from left to right. Use parentheses to group terms and define the order of execution. For example, A && (B || C) will evaluate to true if A is true, and also B or C is true. In contrast, A && B || C will evaluate true if A and B are true, OR if C is true.

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