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XOR

Basic Overview

Description

Connects two inputs with the logical 'exclusive or' and returns true (1) if exactly one of the input values is true and false (0) otherwise.

Syntax

XOR('Node1', ‘Node2’)

Parameter

  • Node: Input node, specified using the node name in single quotes (e.g. 'Profit')

Limitations

Both nodes need to have the same dimensionality, otherwise they will be excluded from the function output.

Example

Input A =

Year

Value

2019

17

2020

0

2021

0

2022

1

Input B =

Year

Value

2019

1

2020

0

2021

1500

2022

0

Output XOR('A','B') =

Year

Value

2019

0

2020

0

2021

1

2022

1

Limitations

Both input nodes must contain the same levels, otherwise, the function will consider only the more granular function while ignoring the function with fewer levels.

Example of the limitation: The function is given two EXPANDSINGLE() inputs. However, one of the EXPANDSINGLE() functions possesses more levels than the other, resulting in different granularity. The function with more levels is the leading function. This leads to unexpected outputs from the XOR() function.


Contact 

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