Value property

SwitchField.Value — Logical

Represents the value of a switch field.

If no formula is associated with this property, the switch field is an input field that users use to enter and edit values. If a formula is associated with this property, the switch field is an output field that displays a calculated value derived through the formula.

Referencing switch field values from formulas

When referencing a switch field value from a formula, there is no need to write .Value,Value after the field name if a logical value is sought. These formulas are equivalent:

AND(SwitchField1, SwitchField2)AND(SwitchField1; SwitchField2)
AND(SwitchField1.Value, SwitchField2.Value)AND(SwitchField1,Value; SwitchField2,Value)

Above, the AND function is looking for logical values. As SwitchField1SwitchField1 and SwitchField2SwitchField2 can return logical values through their Value properties, .Value,Value is implied.

Examples

AND(SwitchField1, SwitchField2)AND(SwitchField1; SwitchField2)

Returns whether the values of SwitchField1 and SwitchField2 are both TRUE.

AND(SwitchField1.Value, SwitchField2.Value)AND(SwitchField1,Value; SwitchField2,Value)

Returns whether the values of SwitchField1 and SwitchField2 are both TRUE. Writing out the Value property in formulas (by writing SwitchField1.ValueSwitchField1,Value) is rarely necessary.

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