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Last post 05-20-2022 04:39 PM by Hilary Stoupa. 1 replies.
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  • 05-19-2022 11:47 AM

    • Jakke
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    using eval with multiple conditions

    Hi, I've been using the eval function a lot lately to conditional concat a bunch of fields and text. example: eval(field1[. != ""]; 'concat(field1, field2, "text")') So if the field is not empty, it gets added. Very useful!! but now I want to use 2 conditions: so something like eval(field1[. != "" and . != "test"]; 'concat(field1, field2, "text")') so field1 must not be empty AND not be "test". is this possible? I also tried to nest another eval, where now the concat expression is, but that's not working somehow. tx!
  • 05-20-2022 04:39 PM In reply to

    Re: using eval with multiple conditions

    Hi - your suggested filter should be fine - it isn't clear to me if you are using a double-eval (outside a repeating element) or just eval (in a field inside) - attaching a sample with both. Right click the link and save the file locally, right click the saved file and select design, then preview.
    Hilary Stoupa

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