In many scenarios, you will write a business rule against a type and expect the rule engine to separately analyze and act upon each instance of the type that is asserted into the engine. For example, if you write a rule against a .NET type and assert three .NET objects of that type into the rule engine working memory, the rule engine performs match-conflict resolution-action phases on each .NET object separately. In some scenarios, however, you will want to analyze multiple instances of a given type simultaneously in a rule. This sample demonstrates how to analyze multiple instances of a type in a business rule.

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