Course

Control Flow in Studio

Do you want to learn how to control your project in UiPath Studio? Then the Control Flow in Studio course is for you!
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  • June 03, 2022
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Control Flow in Studio

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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

02:00:00

Product covered

Studio

About the Control Flow in Studio course 

The Control Flow in Studio course is an intermediate course that describes how the control flow activities are executed throughout the process. You'll learn how to use the If, While, Do While, For Each, Switch, and Parallel activities to control the order in which activities are executed within a process. 

Product alignment: This course was built using the 2021.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well. 

 

The Control Flow in Studio course prerequisites 

The Control Flow in Studio course is intermediate level. Before you enroll, you should have completed the following courses: 

  • Basic programming knowledge 
  • Meet the UiPath Platform course 
  • Variables and Arguments in Studio course 

 

The Control Flow in Studio audience 

The Control Flow in Studio course is a one-hour thirty minutes course. It is targeted at RPA Developers. 

 

The Control Flow in Studio course agenda 

The agenda covers:  

  • Control Flow Overview 
  • The If Statement 
  • Loops 
  • Switch 
  • Parallel 
  • Practice – For Each and If Statement 
  • Practice – Switch 

 

The Control Flow in Studio learning objectives 

At the end of the course, you should be able to:  

  • Explain what control flow is and it's importance 
  • List the most common control flow statements used in UiPath. 
  • Explain the most common control flow statements used in UiPath.  
  • Differentiate between the most common control flow statements used in UiPath.  
  • Configure the most common control flow statements according to their specifications. 
  • Explain what a parallel Activity is and how to use it.