IIF instead of IF on standard RDLC reports

IksasIksas Member Posts: 2

does anyone know if there is a reason why IIF expression is used instead of IF expression on standard RDLC reports? E.g.:


The difference between these two is that "IIF is a function and evaluates all of its arguments prior to returning a value, while IF is an operator that executes like a short-circuiting conditional, only evaluating the true or false argument depending on the value of the conditional."

Wouldn't it make sense to use IF instead?

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