There is any keyword available to stop the rules firing after some condition?
[when] \\condition 1
[then] \\ do something
[when] \\condition 2
[then] \\ do something and stop the rules from firing.
My 2 rules are in loop structure. Both the rules will fired still the
condition 2 satisfies. Once the condition 2 satisfy, it should not fire the
first rule again. It should come out from the dsl itself.
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