I can see other language references on Google but want to get specific documentation.
Can anyone tell me the purpose of the true at the beginning of some case statements.
Example Case(true, eval1, true, eval2,true,false)
Is this setting the default value of the field as true? Or is it only evaluating the eval1 statement if the value in the field is true.
Let's take a field called [Verify], it is of type formula text. Below is its code.
So what we've done in [Verify] is make its text value either "OK", or "Bad" Or "Worse", depending on the value of [value], when [value] is 1 or 2 or 3 or 4.
If 1 is true, then "OK". IF 2 is true, then "OK", if 3 is true, then "Bad", if 4 is true, then "Worse".
Does this make sense?
Made a table with some fields and here is the result.
always unchecked except if all or cxbx3 checked
)always checked except if cxbx1 or cxbx2 checked alone
[cxbx1]=[cxbx2], //this is true