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What are all legal values to assign boolean parameters?

Hello,

I wanted to make sure that these are all the text/number values that can be used to assign a boolean parameter:

For true: any upper/lowercase combination of “true” or “y” (including for example “TrUe”), and the number “1”.
For false: any upper/lowercase combination of “false” or “n” (including for example “FaLsE”), and the number “0”.

Thanks,

Roberto

For the “Checkbox” parameter type the allowed assignment values are:

TRUE - “t”, “true”, “y”, “yes”, or 1, all case-insensitive
FALSE - “f”, “false”, “n”, “no”, or 0, all case-insensitive

The allowed assignment values don’t depend on the current parameter value set. For instance, if the parameter value set is set to “1 or 0” it still can be assigned with “Y” or “N”.

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