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AND

Boolean AND operator will be true if and only all the operators are true.

Expression:

<boolean> AND <boolean>

Return:

boolean

Example of usage:

true AND 6 > 5
Return value:
true

OR

Boolean OR operator will be true if and only the conjunction of all the operators is true.

Expression:

<boolean> OR <boolean>

Return:

boolean

Example of usage:

false OR ("smaug" == null)
Return value:
false

IF

IF the condition evaluates to true THEN the result equals the first expression; ELSE, the second expression will proceed.

Expression:

IF(expression: boolean, then: any, else: any)

Return:

then: any || else: any

Example of usage:

IF("bilbo" == "baggins", "This is true", "This is false")
Return value:
"This is false"

Switch

Returns first expression where the value matches appropriate right operand.

Expression:

SWITCH(value: any[, switchOperand: number, expression: any ], default?: any)

Return:

any

Example of usage:

SWITCH(2, 1, "apples", 2, "pears", 3, "oranges", "no fruits")
Return value:
"pears"
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