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Microsoft® Windows® Workflow Foundation Step by Step by Kenn Scribner

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Chapter 9. Logic Flow Activities

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We’re starting to piece together some of the critical components we’ll need to build real-world workflows. We’ve seen how to execute code, both within and outside our workflow instances, and we know how to handle exceptions, suspend processing, and even terminate our workflow if things get out of hand. But certainly a major component for any computational system is the ability to make decisions based on runtime conditions. In this chapter, we begin to address workflow activities that require us to tackle if/else scenarios as well as basic looping.

Conditions and Condition Processing

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