Performs a conditional expression and either outputs a true path or false path with input data.

The Condition Node allows you to create a conditional expression using Conduits. You can have multiple conditional statements in a Condition Node separated by AND or OR clauses.

Configuring a Condition Node

Checking the Evaluates Inverse checkbox will cause the condition evaluation to be inverted. For the above example, if the input is null, then false is returned rather than true.

All Nodes that use conditional expressions in Sanbox use implicit primitive conversions. For example, if you pass a number and then a string into a Text Matches operation, then the number is converted to a string for the sake of the condition check.

Sanbox does logical comparison rather than bitwise. In the example, if the first part of the condition is true, then the second part is not evaluated.