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I wrote:

Multiple conditions of either ContextMatching or NodeMatching type can be combined using logical operators (and, or) to form a single condition for each rule.

I want to say both types are possible to be combined in a rule. Does it mean what I expect? because I thought "either" could be exclusive.

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Either can be exclusive - you need to say or both to be certain that it will have the meaning you intend.

For instance:

Multiple conditions of either ContextMatching or NodeMatching type or both can be combined using logical operators (and, or) to form a single condition for each rule.

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