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SET LABEL Conditionally

screenshot-20-annotated.pngI am having trouble trying to set a label conditionally. I have tried several variations of an IF statement as the VALUE to no avail. Also, I have tried editing the code directly to no avail. In both case I get a compiler error. So clearly I do not understand the proper syntax. I have gone thru the documentation and the tutorial but cannot a specific case where the syntax is explained.

I am trying to set this Label during an "exit event" for a source.



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Felix Möhlmann answered Michael C18 commented

When editing the code directly, the proper syntax would be

if(current.JobIndex) {
    return 1;
}
return current.JobIndex+1;

"If the JobIndex is larger than 13, return 1, otherwise return JobIndex+1". The returned value is what will be assigned to the label.

In the pickoption field, you could use the following syntax "condition ? trueValue:falseValue"

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Or, as a third option you could use the modulo operator "%".

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Much thanks!


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