This action compares an input object to any number of other objects
to check whether it is the same (content wise) as any of them.
For composite structures, "deep comparison" is made, and for numbers some tolerance is allowed,
so two different objects may be considered equal
(for details refer to Equal).
The action's template has two triggers (<Item> and List),
but apart from <Item>, which is mandatory, the action can be used
with any number of additional triggers (including none).
<Item> (non-repetitive trigger [required]): The searched object
(any data object).
In addition, any of number of additional triggers can be used, and the action
compares the searched object with any of the objets received through them:
Exits [none required]
<Yes> (non-repetitive exit [not required]): The searched object,
in case it is equal to one of the other input objects.
<No> (non-repetitive exit [not required]): The searched object,
in case it is not equal to any of the other input objects (or in case there are no other input objects).
Notice: The two exits represent two mutually exclusive possibilities:
<Yes> is activated only if the searched object is
equal to at least one of the other input objects;
<No> is activated only if it is not equal to any of the other input objects.
You can use the action with just one of the exits (if there is only one search result that
is interesting) or with both exits.
"Common/Templates/Collections/Appears/Test2/Appears - Simple Test": A simple case - checking whether a number appears in a list of numbers:
"Common/Templates/Collections/Appears/Test3/Appears - Structure Test": Demonstrating the usage with data structures:
"Common/Templates/Collections/Appears/Test1/Appears - Test Many Trigger Types": Demonstrating the usage with inputs of various types:
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