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In electrical installations, each working zone and each source node present a kit of operating instructions as a logic gene. Previous papers have introduced a new approach and a language of a ternary code for operational procedures (Parise program). This paper deals with some comments on definitions and the syntax of the operational language. The same status of switching defines working zones or nodes by double operating value, free value, and packed value, thereby discriminating between decision and execution, and executed act from verification. The recommended command is a double click. The instructions have to be assembled like in a genetic cryptogram in the context of an electrical power system and of its architecture and constitution. They describe the complete and reversible evolution of the operational procedures for safe transition from a one set of switching configuration to another (waves of safe sets). Transitions maps are introduced to assist in the elaboration of operational procedures and to help the training of operators, their competence, and performance. These maps are specialized for the operational procedures more than the Karnaugh maps of digital electronics. On the basis of the logic gates, the basic equivalent mechanical connectives are defined to guide the operational procedures. A switching simulator based on electronic gates can be very useful for verifying the effects of any set of switching operations, adopting for commands the double click.