Parentheses can be used to make a complex expression more readable. (<expression>) is the equivalent of <expression>. Parenthesis can also be used to define the evaluation order and associativity.
The expressions will be evaluated from left to right. The associativity on arithmetic operators must be applied: multiplications and divisions take priority over additions and subtractions. In order to impose a specific order, parenthesis must be added to delimit the operations. For example:
Here are the different case sensitivity rules:
<expression2>is a valid expression whereas the expression
Depending on the context of use, the expression editor can return different values.
|Advanced expression editor usage||Expected returned expression type|
|Condition (data source condition, date condition)||boolean|
|Action parameters mapping||Any|