Shipped with Linx are a few basics, like a conditional ‘Throw Exception’ function, process sleep, access to the windows command line and more.
Add data to a List.
Remove all data from a list.
Define a condition and loop while that condition is true.
Loop through data in a List.
Add decisions using ‘If / Else’ or ‘Switch’ statements that execute one or multiple possible output paths.
Call another Linx process by dragging it onto the Process tab.
Assign a value to an item.
Throw an exception.
Handle errors by catching them and then taking some action.
True or False.
You can define your own type by adding a Custom Type. A Custom Type can contain properties of any type including Custom Types.
Date and time. Use [.ToString(format)] in the Expression Editor to output your desired format in text.
Use this for monetary or financial calculations.
Use this for scientific calculations.
A 64 bit number.
A list containing values of some Type. The Type can be any of the built in types or a Custom Type.
Debug a Process.
Deploy a solution to a Linx server.
Write expressions in C#.
Show the relationship between Processes.
Run a Process in a different Windows process.
Store configuration values in settings. These are easy to change when moving between environments.