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Logical Operator Precedence in Nintex Workflow

Anybody knows anserw to the following?
how do you set precedence for conditional logic 

Hi,

 

I'm trying to understand how to set precedence on conditional logic.  For example: (a=b and c=d) or (e=f and g=h)

 

Thanks for the assist

 

 

Roger   

I am looking if there is such table as for t-sql Operator Precedence (Transact-SQL) 
I made an if conditional with mixed and/or but and has no majority over if. It doesnt work like for t-sql, and also we can't use brackets. Of course you may use nesting but it is not optimal solutions.

Best,

Adrian

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Re: Logical Operator Precedence in Nintex Workflow

I got reply from Nintex Support:

Multiple conditions can be constructed by using the Add condition option.

 

Specify And or Or between the condition statements.

 

 

Conditions are evaluated in order, from first to last condition (top to bottom). For example, the first two conditions are evaluated, and then that result is evaluated against the next condition. This pattern continues until a final result is reached. ?

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