Switches the row and column indices of the rectangle TSV. The output matrix (Transposed Matrix) is obtained by changing cell(x,y) to (y,x). Used for data arrangement for frequency distribution tables and histograms.
Verifies that the cells are in a matrix format. If the number of cell values are different for each row, tabs will be added. It is also possible to get the number of rows and columns after formatting. No trailing newline will be added to the verified TSV.
Extracts the specified range of rows. The range is specified by Begin Index and End Index. The index is zero-based and the index on the first row is zero. Note that the row specified by the End Index is not included in the range.
Converts a CSV string to a TSV string. The TSV is output as the simplest tab-delimited string. If the field contains line breaks or tab, they are replaced with spaces. If the double-quotes in the input CSV are not escaped, the output will be unintended.
Gets the number of characters in the text. Consecutive blanks (including tabs and double-byte spaces) are counted as one character. The number of characters that do not count linefeed codes and blanks can also be obtained.
Determines whether a Corporate-Number string is valid. If valid, OK is logged. If invalid, the processing is abended to control with Error Boundary Event. The numbers are 13-digit IDs assigned to companies and other organizations registered in Japan.
Calculates the MD5 digest. The MD5 hash algorithm is applied against the source data to generate a unique 128-bit hash value: sequence of 32 hexadecimal digits. This checksum algorithm is a commonly used function for validating data integrity.
Determines whether a My-Number string is valid. If valid, OK is logged. If invalid, the processing is abended to control with Error Boundary Event. My-Number is a 12-digit ID issued to all citizens and residents of Japan, including foreigners
Gets the number of words in the text. Words separated by spaces (including tabs, double-byte spaces, and line breaks) are counted. The number of words counted, including commas and periods as delimiters, can also be obtained.
Filters multiple-line string with any search text. Only lines that contain the search text are output. If you want an OR search with multiple texts, specify them as a comma-separated list such as “USA, U.S., United States”
Filters TSV string with any search text. Only lines that contain the search text in the specified column are output. If you want an OR search with multiple texts, specify them as a comma-separated list such as “USA,U.S.,United States”.
Generates a random number. When a token reaches this automated step, a numerical value within the specified range is generated each time. The decimal part is rounded down toward 0 according to the workflow data definition
Generates a random string. When a token reaches this automated step, a string of the specified length is generated each time. Complex rules such as mixed symbols or non-use of specific characters (I and l) are also supported. “Add New User” etc