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By amosbatto
By default the labels of a Boolean variable are set to "True" if 1 or "False" if 0.
You can display the label of a variable by using @#variable_label in a template file.

For example, this displays the label of the "hasContract" boolean variable:
Has Contract? @#hasContract_label

If you want to set custom labels, either set them when defining the variable:
BooleanVariableWithCustomLabels.png (24.96 KiB) Viewed 1184 times
or set the labels in the "options" property of the Dynaform field that is associated with the boolean variable:
OptionsOfFieldWithBooleanVariable.png (12.04 KiB) Viewed 1184 times

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