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<<not>>

The <<not...>> function inverts the Boolean value of boolArg and returns this inverted value. If boolArg is true, the function will return false, and vice versa.

This function is almost always used as an argument to another function, normally the <<if...>> function. The reason for this is that the value returned is a Boolean value within the SDML and will simply return the text value of either “true” or “false” if not passed to another function.

Syntax

<<not boolArg>>

Return Value

Boolean

Arguments

    <<not boolArg>>
  • boolArg A boolean value that is inverted by the function. May be a Boolean data tag or a function that returns a Boolean value.

Parameters

None