In this section, you will find how to create formulas on Ritchie and test them.

Run the following command to create a formula:

rit create formula

Then, you'll have to inform those inputs before running the formula:

The

**command**(following the**pattern**

to respect the**rit + group + verb + noun****tree pattern**).The formula's

**programming language**.**The path**used to save formula's files.

**Example:** `rit demo create formula`

You can test the formula directly after its creation. That's possible because the ** rit create formula** command also builds the formula automatically (it generates the formula's executable files and add them on

In that case, the formula **"Hello World" template** will be executed as shown below:

This template is composed of **3 inputs parameters**, that** **represents the currently available kinds of inputs to use Ritchie:

A

variable`sample text`

A

of text variables**sample list**A

variable**sample boolean**

On this section, you saw how to create a formula on Ritchie and test it. To keep configuring the formula:

👉 Go to **implement a formula** to understand how to edit the files Ritchie creates after formula creation.

👉 Go to **build a formula** to see how to continue the tests on the formulas you create.