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Is there some sort of a wildcard feature that I can use to define conditional logic?Asked by nathanc_martin on January 07, 2016 at 12:27 PM
For example, say I want to display a field if the value of another field has specific characters in the second and third position, but I don't care what character is in the first position.
Often times, an asterisk is used for this.
Something like STARTS WITH "*BC" would ignore the first character and only look to match "BC" in the second and third position.
We do not currently have a character that can be used as a wildcard in conditions. The conditions themselves have starts with, ends with and contains for possible checks. However, checking for characters in a specific position is not currently possible.