When we work with processes involving numbers, we often want to perform calculations on them.
For example, when we want to calculate an amount with taxes or when we want to calculate the final price for the provision of different products.
With Parallel you can perform these calculations by applying mathematical operators to dynamic texts. To do this, use the character " | " followed by one of the mathematical operators listed below:
Mathematical operator | Parallel operator | Examples |
+ | plus | reference = 2 {{ reference | plus: 10 }} o Result: 12 |
- | minus | reference = 2 {{ reference | minus: 10 }} o {{ 10 | minus: reference }} Result: -8 |
% | modulo | reference = 3 {{ reference | modulo: 2 }} Result: 1 |
x | times | reference = 10 {{ reference | times: 2 }} Result: 10 |
/ | divided_by | reference = 10 {{ reference | divided_by: 2 }} Result: 5 |
abs (|x|) | abs | reference = -2 {{ reference | abs }} Result: 2 |
min | at_least | reference = 5 {{ reference | at_least: 10 }} Result: 10 |
max | at_most | reference = 5 {{ reference | at_most: 3 }} Result: 3 |
Rounds the input down to the nearest whole number. | floor | reference = 5,7 {{ reference | floor }} Result: 5 |
Rounds the input up to the nearest whole number. | ceil | reference = 5,7 {{ reference | ceil }} Result: 6 |
Rounds a number to the nearest integer or, if a number is passed as an argument, to that number of decimal places. | round | reference = 5,75 {{ reference | round }} Result: 6
reference = 5,75 {{ reference | round:1 }} Result: 5,8 |