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==== JavaScript field script examples ====
==== JavaScript field script examples ====
:123; any numeric constant
;123: any numeric constant
=== JavaScript scripting for [[Triggers|'''Memento Triggers''']] ===
=== JavaScript scripting for [[Triggers|'''Memento Triggers''']] ===

Revision as of 02:51, 24 April 2021

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Native Memento Calculation scripting

Scripting for the Calculation field type is described in Calculation field.

Scripting Memento in JavaScript

Scripting in JavaScript is available in JavaScript field and Triggers.

The JavaScript field type

Like the Memento Calculation field type that game before it, the JavaScript field exists to produce ("return") a value calculated with an expression, which is a formula consisting of constants, variables, operators, and possibly statements.

Example scripts

the value a hundred and twenty-three
the characters M e m e n t o as a string
2 * currentWeight
If currentWeight is 23 lbs, then 46 lbs
(hours * 60) + 10
If hours is 5 and minutes is 10, then 310


a value that has a string (text) value or a numeric (number) value.

"This is a string of textual characters"
123 or 3.14 or -28.5
a name representing a constant value, like pi, x, tareWeight, or surname

a name representing a value that may change over time, like sum, currentValue, or orderDate
one or more characters that represent the value of other values that go together in some fashion to determine a result, like + for plus or - for minus or * for multiplied by or / for divided by.
Some operators are made up of other operators used in combination, like <= for less than or equal to or && for and also.

JavaScript field script examples

any numeric constant

JavaScript scripting for Memento Triggers


moment.min.js — a possibly useful wrapper for JavaScript dates & times

See http://momentjs.com and its subordinate pages Guides and Docs.

To get the current date, use moment().toDate(). To get the current date & time, use moment().toDate().getTime().