object resembles a predicate. If the box is checked, it returns "true". If not, it returns "nil". Hence, it can be used as a "switch on / off condition" for the execution of programs. It must be associated with conditional boxes that will call the programs.
Inputs and Outputs
object has one input and one output :
"text" : a statement
the output returns "t" or "nil" depending on if the box is checked or not.
Editing the Statement
To change the box's statement :
click or SHIFT click on the first input to edit it and validate,
select the box again,
evaluate the box.
Wherever the box is clicked, it is successively checked or unchecked. Depending on its state, the box output returns "t" or "nil".
In the first case, the OMIF box returns the second argument, because the checkbox returns "nil". In the second case, it returns the first argument, because the checkbox returns "t".