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"[Solved] Operator can filter examples by setting attribute value's range"

navyboysnavyboys Member Posts: 15  Maven
edited May 23 in Help
Is there any operator that can filter examples by setting attribute value's range? [Filter Examples Range] operator can do filtering just by setting the Row No's range, not any other attribute value's. While, say the [Filter Examples] operator, in "attribute_value_filter" mode, only an exact value (= or !=) can be set, not an range(like <, > etc.).
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  • navyboysnavyboys Member Posts: 15  Maven
    Sorry, it's my misunderstanding that "only an exact value (= or !=) can be set", "<" and ">" are proved effective when th attribute is a integer one.
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