Interface  Description 

ComparisonOperator 
Marker interface to keep track of the ComparisonOperator sub type

LogicalOperator 
Marker for the logical operator

Operand 
This is a marker interface for things that can be operated on by an
Operator in a
LogicExpression 
Operator 
An operator used within a logical expression.

TransformOperator 
Marker for all transform operator.

Class  Description 

After 
The After operator works with a date object to tests whether an expression will yield result
after a certain date position.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").after(Context.getDateformat().parse("2009/12/04"); The above will give us a criteria to check if there's "CD4 COUNT" observations after 12/04/2009 
And 
The And operator is a conjunction operator to combine two or more
LogicCriteria objects.Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").and(logicService.parse("'WEIGHT (KG)'")); The above will give us a criteria to check if there's "CD4 COUNT" and "WEIGHT (KG)" observations 
AsOf 
The AsOf operator works with a date object to test whether an expression will yield result after
a certain date position
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").asOf(Context.getDateformat().parse("2009/12/04"); The above will give us a criteria to check if there's "CD4 COUNT" observations as of 12/04/2009 
Average 
The Average operator will calculate the average result from a collection of result returned by
the logic expression
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").average(); The above will give us a criteria to get the average result of the "CD4 COUNT" observations 
Before 
The Before operator works with a date object to tests whether an expression will yield result
before a certain date position.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").before(Context.getDateformat().parse("2009/12/04");
The above will give us a criteria to check if there's "CD4 COUNT" observations before 12/04/2009 
Contains 
The Contains operator will return results that contains the operand .
Example:  logicService.parse("EncounterDataSource.ENCOUNTER_KEY").contains("ADULTRETURN"); The above will give us a criteria to check if there's encounter ADULTRETURN for a certain patients 
Count 
The Count operator will return the number of results returned by the logic service
Example:  logicService.parse("EncounterDataSource.ENCOUNTER_KEY").count(); The above will give us a criteria to get the number of encounter type we have in the system 
Distinct 
The Distinct operator will filter out duplicate results and return a set of distinct results.
Example:  logicService.parse("EncounterDataSource.ENCOUNTER_KEY").distinct(); The above will give us a criteria to get all distinct encounter type from the system 
Equals 
The Equals operator will test whether a result equals to an operand or not.
Example:  logicService.parse("EncounterDataSource.ENCOUNTER_KEY").equals("ADULTRETURN"); The above will give us a criteria to get only ADULTRETURN encounters 
Exists 
The Exists operator test whether a criteria will exist for person or not.
Example:  logicService.parse("EncounterDataSource.ENCOUNTER_KEY").equals("ADULTRETURN").exists();
The above will give us a criteria to test whether ADULTRETURN encounter exists or not 
First 
The First operator will return a subset result of the entire result returned by the criteria
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").first(2); The above will give us a criteria to get the first two "CD4 COUNT" observations 
GreaterThan 
The GreaterThan operator will return result that have a greater value than the operand.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").gt(200); The above will give us a criteria to get the "CD4 COUNT" observations that has the value numeric more than 200 
GreaterThanEquals 
The GreaterThanEquals operator will return result that have a greater value than or equals to the
operand.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").gte(200); The above will give us a criteria to get the "CD4 COUNT" observations that has the value numeric more than or equals to 200 
In 
The In operator test whether a value is in a collection of value or not.
Example:
Collection answers = Collection.asList("ADULTRETURN"); The above criteria will test whether a patient have EncounterType in the list 
Last 
The Last operator will return a subset result of the entire result returned by the criteria.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").last(2); The above will give us a criteria to get the last two "CD4 COUNT" observations 
LessThan 
The LessThan operator will return result that have a less value than the operand.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").gte(200); The above will give us a criteria to get the "CD4 COUNT" observations that has the value numeric less than 200 
LessThanEquals 
The LessThan operator will return result that have a less value than or equals to the operand.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").lte(200); The above will give us a criteria to get the "CD4 COUNT" observations that has the value numeric less than or equals to 200 
Not 
The Not operator will negate the a logic expression

NotExists 
The NotExists operator test whether a criteria will exist for person or not.
Example:  logicService.parse("EncounterDataSource.ENCOUNTER_KEY").equals("ADULTRETURN").notExists();
The above will give us a criteria to test whether ADULTRETURN encounter exists or not 
Or 
The Or operator is a disjunction operator to combine two or more
LogicCriteria objects.Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").or(logicService.parse("'WEIGHT (KG)'")); The above will give us a criteria to check if there's "CD4 COUNT" or "WEIGHT (KG)" observations 
Within 
The Within operator tests whether an expression will yield true for a certain time frame.
Example:  logicService.parse("'CD4 COUNT'").within(Duration.years(2)); The above will give us a criteria to check if there's "CD4 COUNT" observations within the last 2 years 
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