murex Shell Docs

Command Reference: and

Returns true or false depending on whether multiple conditions are met

Description

Returns a boolean results (true or false) depending on whether all of the code-blocks included as parameters are successful or not.

Usage

and: { code-block } { code-block } -> <stdout>

!and: { code-block } { code-block } -> <stdout>

and supports as many or as few code-blocks as you wish.

Examples

if { and { = 1+1==2 } { = 2+2==4 } { = 3+3==6 } } then {
    out: The laws of mathematics still exist in this universe.
}

Detail

and does not set the exit number on failure so it is safe to use inside a try or trypipe block.

If and is prefixed by a bang then it returns true only when all code-blocks are unsuccessful.

Code-Block Testing

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