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I know I can read the sum of all the rules in one category, like this
result = categories.CAT1+ categories.CAT2
But how do you read something like this?
result = rules.RUL1 + rules.RUL2
This behaviour is a little counter-intuitive. While you can get the cumulative value of rule categories from the categories dictionary, the rules dictionary contains only the hr.salary.rule objects themselves. To get the computed value of a rule you have to reference it directly by code:
result = RUL1 + RUL2
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