Comparisons operators in Expression Editor

Operators are used to specify comparisons between expressions.

Yeeflow offers various types of operators. This article lists operators supported by Expression Editor. Overview of Operators

Please Note: You need choose the corresponding element(s) when using operators.

 Operators Description Example Outcome + (Plus or string concat) Plus two numbers for addition; or concat both elements(numbers and text). [number1/Text1]+[number2/Text2] E1. 1+3; E2. 1+abc E3. a+xy E1. 4 E2: 1abc E3. axy - (Minus) Minus number(s) for subtraction. [number1]-[number2] 3-1 2 * (Multiply) Multiple numbers for multiplication. [number1]*[number2] 3*4 12 / (Divide) Divide by sign for division [number1]/[number2] 15/3 5 %(Modulo) Return the remainder(modulus) after a division of one number by another. [number1]%[number2] 8%5 3 (  (Open paren) Open parenthesis. It must consist of open parenthesis and close parenthesis. 3*(5+3) 24 ) (Close paren) Close parenthesis. It must consist of open parenthesis and close parenthesis. 3*(5+3) 24 And Returns TRUE if all of its arguments are TRUE. Mostly it's used between expressions. E1: 7 > 0 and 5 > 3; E2: variable 1==ABC and variable 2>500 E1: "Yes" or "Ture"; E2: "No" or "False" [Assumed that variable 1 is "ABD", variable 2 is "800".] Or Returns TRUE if any argument is TRUE. Mostly it's used between expressions. E1: 7 > 0 or  5 > 8; E2: variable 1==ABC or  variable 2>500 E1: "Yes" or "Ture"; E2: "Yes" or "True" [Assumed that variable 1 is "ABD", variable 2 is "800".] == (Equal) Equal sign, indicating the same value. Mostly it's used between functions. iif(variable1==A, GOOD,BAD) "GOOD" [Assumed that variable1 is "A"] != (Not equal) Not equal sign, indicating not have the indicated value. Mostly it's used between functions. iif(variable1!=A, GOOD,BAD) "BAD" [Assumed that variable1 is "A"] > (Greater than or equal) Used to compare expressions, indicating numeric values higher than the comparison. iif(variable1 >100 , GOOD,BAD) "BAD" [Assumed that variable1 is "90"] >= (Greater than) Used to compare expressions, indicating numeric values the same or higher than the comparison. < (Less than) Used to compare expressions, indicating numeric values less than the comparison. iif(variable1 <100 , Need improve,GOOD) "Need improve" [Assumed that variable1 is "90"] <= (Less than or equal) Used to compare expressions, indicating numeric values the same or less than the comparison.