"Yes" and "No" objects are normally used in connection with conditions
or loops. Both objects have a single integer input variable and no
properties. The "Yes" object stops the current thread if the input
variable is zero. Otherwise the object does nothing. The "No" object
stops the current thread if the input variable is not zero.
Fig. 1: Usage Whe using both yes and no object in a condition it is normally good to use non parallel connections. Otherwise always a new thread is created and wasts some cpu time. When doing this within an endless loop, a cut object should be used.