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This article explains how, using "stringConcatenations" expressions, you can make Rainbird's results more conversational and user-friendly. It also gives you an example knowledge map so you can explore "stringConcatenations" expressions inside the Rainbird Studio.

To improve the user experience, various text elements that Rainbird may gather at run-time can be combined to create a “string concatenation”. Using string concatenations allows Rainbird to return more detailed and conversational results. 

Please continue reading the article following the subtopics:

  1. String Concatenation - Build Example
  2. String Concatenation - Downloadable Model
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String Concatenation - Downloadable Map file

Query and Result:

The query that will demonstrate string concatenation in action is built on the relationship ‘infer’. The query outcome will demonstrate a string concatenation that uses an escaping character. Click below to export the .rbird file for the... (More)

String Concatenation - Build Example

For example, if a query was being run to find out what language a user speaks, if using string concatenation, Rainbird could return a phrase such as “%USER speaks %LANGUAGE”; without string concatenation, Rainbird would just return the “%LANGUAGE” value:... (More)

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