Working with operators
Operators are used to compare or equate values and for mathematic calculations. The following table lists the primary oprators used in formulas.
|Operator||Operator usage or description|
|-||Used in subtraction or to represent a negative number|
|!||Represents a logical NOT|
|!=||Represents not equal|
|&||Represents a logical AND|
|*||Used in multiplication|
|/||Used in division|
|:||Used to separate a list of values|
|:=||Used to assign a value to a variable|
||||Represents a logical OR|
|+||Used in addition or to represent a positive number|
|<||Represents less than|
|<=||Represents less than or equal to|
|<>||Represents not equal|
|=!||Represents not equal|
|>||Represents greater than|
|><||Represents not equal|
|>=||Represents greater than or equal to|
A Formula language for Lotus Notes introduction
Tip 1: What is Lotus Formula Language?
Tip 2: Working with variables in Formula language for Lotus Notes
Tip 3: Lotus Notes Formula language keywords
Tip 4: Working with operators in Formula language for Lotus Notes
Tip 5: Lotus Notes Formula language general syntax rules
Tip 6: What are Lotus Notes Formula language functions and commands?
Tip 7: Working with text strings in Formula language for Lotus Notes
|This chapter excerpt from Lotus Notes Developer's Toolbox, by Mark Elliott, is printed with permission from IBM Publishing, Copyright 2006.
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