I'm looking for a solution that allows me to have multiple boolean selections and what ever is in a true state will output this into a comma delimited output. Anything that is set to false shows doesn't included the comma.
#set($1STRING='') #if ($param1STRING=="true") #set($1STRING='1STRING') #elseif ($param1STRING=="false") #set($1STRING='') #set($2STRING='') #if ($param1STRING=="true") #set($2STRING='2STRING') #elseif ($param2STRING=="false") #set($2STRING='') #end #set($3STRING='') #if ($param3STRING=="true") #set($3STRING='1STRING') #elseif ($param1STRING=="false") #set($1STRING='') ||$1STRING, $2STRING, $3STRING |
This is the output that I would like to have:
This is an output that I can do not want. When a boolean option is not selected. It display an unnecessary comman.
I don't know what you need this for, but you could just add the comma to the strings itself (if they're not empty) instead of outputting "
$1STRING,". This leads to the fact, that no comma will be displayed, if $2STRING is empty.
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