var = != var ==
If you want to check whether your variable (x) has a value of ‘IE Stinks’, be careful to use the correct operator.
if (x = 'IE Stinks')
This line is the correct line to use:
if (x == 'IE Stinks')
In LotusScript, the equals sign is both a comparison operator and an assignment operator, which means we can use it in both cases. This is why it’s easy to make that mistake.
|LotusScript||x=’IE Stinks’||if (x=’IE Stinks’)|