Table of contents

  1. If/Else
    1. Conditional Operators
    2. Has Value/Does Not
    3. Between
  2. Loops
    1. Repeat
    2. Repeat With Each
    3. Repeat Globals
  3. Nesting
  4. Nothing actions at the end of statements


Use the following syntax:

@intVar = 5
if intVar > 6 {
} else {

If statements are not required to contain the else statement but do require the ending curly brace as in other languages.

The first operand of the if statement must be a variable. The second can optionally be a variable.

Conditional Operators

  • == Is
  • != Is Not
  • contains Contains
  • !contains Does Not Contain
  • beginsWith Begins With
  • endsWith Ends With
  • > Greater Than
  • >= Greater or Equal
  • < Less Than
  • <= Less or Equal

Has Value/Does Not

@variable: text
/* Has Any Value */
if variable {
/* Does not have any value */
if !variable {


This checks if intVar is between 5 and 7.

@intVar = 5
if intVar <> 5 7 {



Use the following syntax:

@items: array
repeat i for 6 {
    @items += "Item {i}"

The number of times to repeat can also be a variable as long as it evaluates to a number value.

Repeat With Each

Use the following syntax:

@items = list("item 1","item 2","item 3")
for item in items {

list must be an iterable variable.

Repeat Globals

The repeat and for statements create variables as the RepeatIndex and RepeatItem globals need to be numbered after more than one nested repeat.

The globals RepeatIndex and RepeatItem are still available, but it is recommended to use the variables these statements create.


if/else, repeat, for, and menu can all be nested inside each other and vice versa.

Nothing actions at the end of statements

Nothing actions are automatically added to the ending block of any statement to reduce the overall usage of memory as otherwise data is being passed to that block and allocated for.