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iLogic tip: returning a value on the True and False conditions.

A - answer Using the following variants of iLogic code you can return different values for the "True" and "False" conditions in your macros - i.e. if a given condtion is met or not met:

'Input data

Dim msg as String = ""

Dim condition As Boolean = True

'Variant #1

If condition Then

msg = "Truth"


msg = "Lie"

End If


'Variant #2

msg = If(condition, "Truth", "Lie")


'Variant #3

MsgBox(If(condition, "Truth", "Lie"))

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27.11.2014    2963x  
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applies to: Inventor ·

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