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IF, ELSE statments...

User moon_907 2013-02-05 14:18:35

Hi there, is CalcBuilder capable of dealing with if/else/elsif statements?

IE something simple like this:

$sum2=0;
if($sum>100):
$sum2=1;


-thanks!

Edited by moon_907 - 05.02.2013 14:18



Edit, Nevermind! figured it out! had forgotten brackets

$sum2=0;
if($sum>100)
{
$sum2=1;
}

Edited by moon_907 - 05.02.2013 14:22

Moonsoft support 2013-02-05 16:00:56

Hello,
yes, at the code section you can include any valid php you want, not only conditional statements, but everything you are able to do according to php sintax, like loops, database querys, sending emails...

Best regards

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