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Difference between these two =0 expressions?



Hi everyone

What's the difference between these two expressions? 


They seem to have different behaviour. 

 It would be really great to have an item-by item help on all the action-builder elements and their options. I am having to learn by trial and error and finding random examples. The triggered actions help page does not have this. Maybe it exists somewhere else?

Many thanks!


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Hello @Amyas,

If you are referring to Variables, as the article (https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/triggered-actions/) says they can be used as: User-defined variables for holding static values or results of calculations and table variables for temporarily storing a set of records, which can be used as the data source for other Action blocks.

If you are referring to -0 and 0, the first block is used for negative numbers and the second one for positive numbers.




You may want to check these tutorial videos: 

Caspio Labs: Popular Examples of Triggered Actions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6T1cqg0gnk

Caspio Labs: Automate More Workflows With Triggered Actions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_HbGhWrsyE


Feel free to update this thread if you have any further questions. 


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