For backward compatibility, these attributes must be setof policy-algebra.

object newbie { help "Newbie settings"; attribute complex-logic { help "Test complex logic"; type setof policy-algebra; } }

user@router# set example newbie complex-logic ? Possible completions: <value> Test complex logic ( Open an expression [ Open a set of values [edit] user@router# set example newbie complex-logic [ ( one ? Possible completions: && Logical AND operation ) Close an expression || Logical OR operation [edit] user@router# set example newbie complex-logic [ ( one || ! two ) ? Possible completions: <value> Test complex logic ( Open an expression ( one || two ) Test complex logic ] Close the current set [edit] user@router# set example newbie complex-logic [ ( one || ! two ) (three && four) ] [edit] user@router# show example newbie { complex-logic [ ( one || two ) three ( one || ! two ) ( three && four ) ]; } [edit]

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