The Advanced Expressions in Genus Apps are declarative, and you may express formulas consisting of functions, references to other fields or groups, static values (such as a number) and mathematical operators.
All functions and values are members of a data type, and there are two kinds of members:
- Type members: The function or value may only be used on the type itself, i.e. on the type or class level. Example: String.new.
- Instance members: The function or value may only be used on an instance or object of the type. Example: Company.Name.toLower.
Advanced Expressions are case sensitive.
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