The default Simple Logic Node is designed to be easy to use and foolproof, but if you need more advanced operations you can take advantage of the Advanced option in the Logic Node Editor. You can use parenthesis, as well as comparison and logical operators to build complex rules.
Just click the Advanced option, and you can enter expressions, like those shown below:
If you have variables named age and state:
|(age >= 50) && (state == 'CA')||50 and over living in California|
|(age < 30) && (age > 20)||Over 20 and under 30|
|state in ['CA','WA','OR']||One of CA, WA, OR|
|(age < 10) || (age > 80)||Under 10 or over 80|
You can use the following operators when building expressions:
|Comparison||greater than or equal to||>=|
|Comparison||less or equal to||<=|
|Comparison||not equal to||!=|
|Containment||matches an item in a list||in|
- Parentheses can be nested and will be evaluated from left to right.
- Only value/variable comparison expressions with optional logical ANDs/ORs, are supported.
- For text operations, use single quotes!
- Commas in textual values are stripped, so write your expressions without commas in textual values.