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Multiple Conditions in WiseScript

In WiseScript there a couple of ways to get your Expression to test correctly.

You can either out Value in ( ) or not.. here are 2 examples

  1. VARIABLE01 = "NO"
  2. (VARIABLE01 <> NO)
  3. In some instance you might have to use both like above.

Comments

  • Best post I found to help with this.. http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/wisescript-mutiple-conditions - ekgcorp 8 years ago
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