Flow: WDL – Use Multiple Functions to Make Interesting Expressions

In this post, we will once again reference back to part 8 – Call O365 Roadmap Web Service Weekly Digest where we have sent Microsoft 365 Roadmap updates via email.

The email body contains some interesting expressions and use of several nested functions using WDL, Workflow Definition Language.

A full reference on WDL can be found at this link.

Here is the section of the Flow that I am referring to:

Firstly, let's break down the expressions in the second row of the table, the one that looks like this:

And here is the code …

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