There are three types of functions with which to create formulas:
There are also Conditional Programming shortcuts, and Function Operators
A majority of your time will be spent create string manipulation formulas. Why? Here are some examples
The easiest to produce, numeric functions give you the following abilities (and more):
QQube provides you with many different ways of representing dates, so the use of date functions will be less prominent in your tool box for QQube projects. Pay particular attention to the DatePart function as it is the strongest function to add and subtract date time frames.
There will be many times where you will need to product a formula based upon a condition. For example,
These contain both the simple pieces of a formula and the more advanced pieces such as passing variables. Things like addition, subtraction, division can simply be added by typing in the operator in the formula, as opposed to dragging it in the formula workshop editor.
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