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Vicate

Possible to have a break in If, then statement?

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Greetings!

Just a quick question for the sake of an organized script,

Is it possible to do something to the effect of:

Instead of writing an If... Then statement like this:

If $Trigger1 = 'true' and $Trigger2 = 'true' and $Trigger3 = 'true' and $Status1 = 'on' and $Status2 = 'on' and $Status3 = 'on' Then

To place a break in the statement so it reads as:

If $Trigger1 = 'true' and $Trigger2 = 'true' and $Trigger3 = 'true' 
and $Status1 = 'on' and $Status2 = 'on' and $Status3 = 'on' Then

I have a code that one line has so many conditions (and, and, and, and) that the line goes out very far.

to make things more organized, I'd like to place a break in the statement if possible.

If not, it's okay, the line is just very long.

Thanks in advance,

-Vicate

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Vicate,

You can use the "line continuation" operator (" _") - look in the Help file under <Language Reference - Comments>. :)

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Excellent, thanks Melba!

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