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The two conditions "Attempts" and "Score" require operators in order to accurately display the relation states "greater than, less than, greater or equal to, less or equal to, equal" and "not equal" between two expressions or entities. Depending on the value of the expression, the return value will be either "True" or "False".

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less than

true if a less than b

 

In unseren Bedingungen wird in diesem Fall z.B. das Ergebnis eines Testes (a)
mit dem eingegebenen Wert in der Bedingungsregel (b) verglichen. Ist der logische
Rückgabewert "True", also trifft die Bedingung zu, dann wird die Erinnerung ausgelöst 

Our conditions are comparing e.g. the results of a test (a) with the value entered in the
condition rule (b). If the logical return value is equal to "True", meaning that the condition
was met, OpenOLAT will trigger the reminder.

<=less or equal totrue, if a less than or equal to b
=equal totrue if a equal to b
=>greater or equal totrue if a greater than or equal to b
>greater thantrue if a greater than b
!=not equal totrue if a not equal to b

Ein Beispiel: Eine Erinnerung soll verschickt werden, wenn ein Teilnehmer in einem Test weniger als oder genau 5 Punkte erreicht hat. In OpenOLAT sieht die Bedingung dann folgendermassen ausAn example: An author wants a reminder to be sent once a participant achieved a score of 5 or less in a test. This condition will look in the reminder function in OpenOLAT as follows:

Assessment

Assessable course elements with either a configured passed state or a score.

Example: The score in a checklist is less than 3 points.
Passed, Score

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