Compares. Evaluates to either true or false, delivering different outcomes.
Compares, true for 'is not equal to'.
Compares, true for 'greater than'.
Compares, true for 'equal to or greater than'.
Compares, true for 'less than'.
Compares, true for 'equal to or less than'.
Assignment, which can have any kind of expression on the right side of the operator.
Perform basic mathematical calculations.
Creates a new list from single values, allowing other list operators to perform actions on the new list.
Takes a date and adds a specified number of years to it.
Takes two dates, and checks if the first one comes after the second one.
Takes two dates, and checks if the first one comes after, or is the same as, the second one.
Evaluates if all values in a list are true.
Sets as condition that both expressions have to be true to have the entire expression evaluate to 'true'.
Similar as above, but when using 'and then', the second question is only asked when the first evaluates to 'true'.
Calculates the average value.
Calculates the average of available values.
Takes two dates, and checks if the first one comes before the second one.
Takes two dates, and checks if the first one comes before, or is the same as, the second one.
Accesses the calculated name of an instance.
Returns the value of the given parameter, rounded up to a whole number.
Combines two values into one new value, specifying what should separate the two.
Goes over a list, which is given on the left of the operator. Evaluates to 'true' if the single value on the right is present in the given list.
Expressions with this operator will only evaluate to 'true' if all values from the list on the right side are present in the list on the left side.
Going over a list, given on the left side of the operator, this operator has the expression evaluate to true if any value from that list is present in a list or the single value given on the right side.
Returns the number of occurrences of the given parameter.
Makes sure a case contains at least, for example, 1 Person. (replaces
Returns the first element from a list.
Returns the value of the given parameter, rounded down to a whole number.
Gives access to named properties of an instance using expressions.
Returns specific information on an instance's properties.
Checks if a value is present in a taxonomy.
Returns all instances of the given type(s) living on the platform.
Basic assignment of a variable.
Combines a list of values into one new value by appending them.
Sets a condition for when a property is not unknown.
Builds a list of only the values that are available out of all the values it is given.
Performs the same action on each individual value in a list.
Returns the highest value.
Returns the highest out of available values.
Returns the lowest value.
Returns the lowest out of available values.
Evaluates to true if the given value is absent from the specified taxonomy.
Sets a condition based on the type of ontology.
The rule can accept, but will not require, for example, a third person.
When just one of the two given expressions is true, the entire expression evaluates to 'true'.
Similar to above, but the second question is only asked if the first has been answered.
Sets a condition based on role(s).
Returns the value of the given parameter, rounded to a whole number.
Refers to the current instance where you use it.
Wrapping an expression with
SNEAKYhas the system ignore the expression, if the information used in it is not available.
Evaluates if any value in a list is true.
Takes a date and subtracts a specified number of years to it.
Multiplies values in one list with values on the same index in another list. Returns the sum of the multiplications.
Combines the elements of two sets into one single set.
Creates a combined list of the available values and lists out of all values and lists you provide.
Sets a condition for when a property is unknown.
Calculates the number of years since a given date.