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MicroStrategy Functions Reference
Operators
3
Arithmetic operators
237
Example
A metric is defined as:
([Unit Profit] * [Units Sold])
This metric returns the product of the unit profit and the units sold values.
Divide (/)
Returns the quotient when one value is divided by another.
Syntax
Arg1 / Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, metrics representing a list of numbers,
big decimals, or functions that return numbers or big decimals. In addition,
Arg2 must not be zero.
Example
A metric is defined as:
(Profit / [Units Sold])
This metric returns the quotient of the profit and number of units sold.
Plus (+)
Returns the sum of two values.
Syntax
Arg1 + Arg2
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Operators
MicroStrategy Functions Reference
3
238
Arithmetic operators
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, or metrics representing a list of
numbers, big decimals, or functions that return numbers and big decimals.
In addition, if either of the two arguments is date/time, the other argument
must be a number.
Example
A metric is defined as:
Cost + Freight
This metric returns the sum of the cost and the freight charges.
Unary minus (U-)
Returns the absolute value of a negative value or the negative value of a
positive value.
Syntax
U-(Arg)
Where:
Arg is an attribute, fact, metric representing a list of numbers, or a function
that returns numbers and big decimals.
Example
A metric is defined as:
U-(Profit)
This metric changes the sign of the profit value. If the profit value is negative,
it returns a positive value. If the profit value is positive, it returns a negative
value.
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MicroStrategy Functions Reference
Operators
3
Comparison operators
239
Comparison operators
These functions are used to compare values, which can be numbers, text
strings, date and time, expressions, or functions that return any values of the
mentioned data types. A brief description of each operator follows. The
comparison patterns of text strings may or may not be case-sensitive
depending on the database implementation.
Less than (<)
Returns TRUE if the first value is less than the second value.
Syntax
Arg1 < Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, or metrics representing a list of
numbers, text strings, date/time, or functions that return literal values. Arg1
and Arg2 must be of the same data type.
Example
A condition is defined as:
Profit < Cost
This condition returns TRUE only if the profit is less than the cost.
Less than or equal (<=)
Returns TRUE if the first value is less than or equal to the second value.
Syntax
Arg1 <= Arg2
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Operators
MicroStrategy Functions Reference
3
240
Comparison operators
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, or metrics representing a list of
numbers, text strings, date/time, or functions that return literal values. Arg1
and Arg2 must be of the same data type.
Example
A condition is defined as:
Profit <= Cost
This condition returns TRUE only if the profit is less than or equal to the
cost.
Not equal (<>)
Returns TRUE if two given values are not equal to each other.
Syntax
Arg1 <> Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, metrics representing a list of numbers,
text strings, date/time, or functions that return literal values. Arg1 and
Arg2 must be of the same data type.
Example
A condition is defined as:
Profit <> Cost
This condition returns TRUE only if the profit is not equal to the cost.
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MicroStrategy Functions Reference
Operators
3
Comparison operators
241
Equal (=)
Returns TRUE if the two given values are equal to each other.
Syntax
Arg1 = Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, metrics representing a list of numbers,
text strings, date/time, or functions that return literal values. Arg1 and
Arg2 must be of the same data type.
Example
A condition is defined as:
Profit = Cost
This condition returns TRUE if the profit is equal to the cost.
Greater (>)
Returns TRUE if the first value is greater than the second value.
Syntax
Arg1 > Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, metrics representing a list of numbers,
text strings, date/time, or functions that return literal values. Arg1 and
Arg2 must be of the same data type.
Example
A condition is defined as:
Profit > Cost
This condition returns TRUE only if the profit is greater than the cost.
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Operators
MicroStrategy Functions Reference
3
242
Comparison operators
Greater than or equal (>=)
Returns TRUE if the first value is greater than or equal to the second value.
Syntax
Arg1 >= Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are attributes, facts, metrics representing a list of numbers,
text strings, date/time, or functions that return literal values. Arg1 and
Arg2 must be of the same data type.
Example
A condition is defined as:
Profit >= Cost
This condition returns TRUE only if the profit is greater than or equal to the
cost.
Begins with
Returns TRUE if a text string begins with a specified text pattern.
Syntax
Arg1 Begins With Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 are text strings.
The text pattern comparison may or may not be case sensitive
depending on the database implementation.
Example
Region@DESC Begins with "North"
Returns TRUE for Regions, such as, “Northeast”, “Northwest”.
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MicroStrategy Functions Reference
Operators
3
Comparison operators
243
Between
Returns TRUE if the specified value is between the inclusive range of two
boundaries. Between can be used to test if a value is within a valid data
range.
Syntax
Value Between Boundary1 and Boundary2
Where:
• Value, Boundary1, and Boundary2 can be numbers, date/time, text,
or functions that return the mentioned data types. Value, Boundary1
and Boundary2 must be of the same data type.
Example
• M1 Between 1 and 1000
• region@DESC Between "A" and "Z"
• date@DESC Between '1999-2-12' and '2005-2-23'
Contains
Returns TRUE if a text string contains a specified text pattern.
Syntax
Arg1 Contains Arg2
Where:
Arg1 and Arg2 must be of data type Text.
Example
Employee@[Last Name] Contains "Smith"
Returns TRUE for Employees with a last name such as “Smith”, “Smithson”,
and so on.