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Help with Grouping's group expression?

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Can someone explain or point to a webpage where it explains how to use the Grouping's group on expression section in more depth?
You know in the Group On expression, you can have multiple expressions.
1) Can I think of those multiple expressions as multiple filer queries to group?
2) In the Group on Experssion, is this kind of expression allowed?
Say I have this table with the following fields(Color,Shape,Points)
Color can be yellow,red,blue
Shape can be circle, square,rectangle
Points can be 1,2,3, 4

I want to group them by Shape and group on retangle in more detail.
So in my experssio I put
=Fields!Shape.Value ="rectangle" and Fields!Color.Value <> "Yellow"
=Fields!Shape.Value ="rectangle" and Fields!Color.Value ="Yellow" and Fields!Points.Value = 3

Are these OK experssions?

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