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Use of "contains" in conditional logic?

  1. I am making products that are conditional upon age groups. Unfortunately, they aren't in very systematic approach, most are like 5-6, 7-8, etc. I was going to make two logic rules stating if age is 5 and if age is 6, but for a bunch of products thats double the work. Then I noticed the "contains" rule. I checked the docs but for something that causes the most questions it has the least documentation and zero examples of usage.

    So the question is, can i use one logic rule and say if "age" CONTAINS "5 or 6", will that work?
    It doesnt work if i put 5,6 and it doesnt work saying 5 or 6.

    Posted 11 years ago on Sunday December 2, 2012 | Permalink
  2. Have you already tried it and had questions about the results? Do you have a form online that we can take a look at?

    I wonder if you could use a value which contains the ages, like 56, or 78, then your "contains" would match that string. I believe contains is designed to match the string, not the choice. But I am curious what you found out while testing.

    Posted 11 years ago on Sunday December 2, 2012 | Permalink