Return values based on logical operations.
Comparison Function 
Description 
The AllAreFalse function returns true if all of the provided conditions is false. Otherwise false. 

Returns true if all of the provided conditions are true. Otherwise false. 

The AnyAreFalse function returns true if any of the provided conditions is false. Otherwise false. 

Returns true if any of the provided conditions are true. Otherwise false. 

Returns true if two expressions are equal. 

Returns true if the first expression is greater than the second expression. 

Returns true if the first expression is greater than or equal to the second expression. 

The If function returns one of two values, depending on a given condition. 

The IfCase function compares a test value against a list of values, returning the result from the first matching pair. 

The IfChain function returns the return value from the first true condition in a list. 

The Instr function returns the position of the first occurrence of one string within another string. 

Returns true if a value is equal to or between two boundary values. 

Returns true the given field meets the criteria to belong to the given classification. 

Determines if a given value is found in a list of values. 

The IsNotNullOrEmpty function returns true if a field is not null or empty. 

The IsNull function returns true if a field is null. 

The IsNullOrEmpty function returns true if a field is null or empty. 

Returns true if a value is or can be converted to a number without error. 

Returns the largest value in a list of values. 

Returns true if the first expression is less than the second expression. 

Returns true if the first expression is less than or equal to the second expression. 

The NoneAreFalse function returns true if none of the provided conditions is false. Otherwise false. 

The NoneAreTrue function returns true if none of the provided conditions is true. Otherwise false. 

Return true if two expressions are not equal. 

Return true if two expressions are not equal. 

The NumberOfFalse function returns the number of provided conditions that evaluate as false. 

The NumberOfTrue function returns the number of provided conditions that evaluate as true. 

Returns the number of digits in a given number that appear to the right of the decimal point, not counting trailing zeros. 

Returns the number of digits in a given number that appear to the left of the decimal point, not counting preceding zeros. 

Returns the smallest value from a list of values. 
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