In view mode the window simply displays the argument as text.
In the edit mode you can edit the argument and its hyperlink.
A crisp argument is made up of any number of pairs of an operator and an operand. Each operator-operand pair is “and-ed” together to build the crisp argument. The argument is used to evaluate the data link's value. This editor presents the argument as a list of these operator-operand pairs.
Example: to report “true” when “distance” is less than 1000, the argument would be < 1000
Example: to report “true” when “distance” is between 500 and 1000, the argument would be > 500 AND < 1000
The above example is a “two part” argument meaning that is consists of 2 operator-operand pairs: > 500 and < 1000