This category contains Ruleset Actions that work in conjunction with the List variable type, which can be used to store groups of Boolean, String, or Numeric data types within a Ruleset. Typical use cases include:
- Selectively extract values for use in rules in the Ruleset.
- Called as a looping construct in a Composite Rule.
Looping constructs are essential for efficiently processing and managing large sets of data.
Returns a new empty list of the defined variable type, and is used with other List-variable type Actions.
Creates a read-only list of numbers for use in conjunction with a Composite Rule; allows for specifying the starting (rangeStart) and stopping (rangeEnd) points, and the interval (rangeStep) at which looping occurs within the range.
Example: A list with a rangeStart of 1, a rangeEnd of 10, and a rangeStep of 2 returns 5 loops.
Adds a value (element) to a specified list (list).
Gets the value of an element at a specified position (index, starting at 1) in a specified list (list).
Gets the number of elements in a specified list (list).