A subcondition is a statement that adds a subordinate condition to a rule.

Example: Employee Age = 18 OR Employee Age = 21 OR Employee Age = 40

In this example, Employee Age = 21 and Employee Age = 40 are subconditions to account for all applicable employee ages within one statement.

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