Operators are used to specify comparisons between expressions. 

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

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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.    

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