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While running the Strategy Evolver, I sometimes receive results that show one side of strategy with upwards of 8 conditions deep. So, can someone either explain (or direct me to an explanation) of the logic behind stacked condition blocks? For example... which is correct? Example A or B?
Is it .OR. ???
Is it .AND. ???

EXAMPLE A:
Entry/Exit Block
Condition Block #1 (.or.)
Condition Block #2 (.or.)
Condition Block #3

EXAMPLE B:
Entry/Exit Block
Condition Block #1 (.and.)
Condition Block #2 (.and.)
Condition Block #3
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Glitch8
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#1
All of the Conditions must evaluate to true, so they are ANDed together.
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Many thanks

are the strategy blocks all "AND" links please? if so, how can I turn "AND" into "OR" links here?

Thank you very much
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Re: ANDed. Moved your question here, please see answer above.

Re: OR. There's an "OR Divider" block in the list of Blocks between "Exits" and "Multi-Condition Groups".
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Cone8
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Yes, conditions are ANDed unless you put an OR Divider between them. See the 5th item from the top in the image above). Drop the OR on the first Condition to add it below it.

When combining conditions, generally it's more flexible to use a Multi-Condition Group than using the OR Divider. The OR is mostly useful if you need to add it between 2 Multi-Conditions Groups.
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Glitch8
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Use the OR Divider.
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where or how do I find this “or divider”?
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Glitch8
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#7
It's explained step by step in this video:

https://youtu.be/RxikkJgQk8Y
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