Is it possible to have 2 inputs in the relevant column? If so, how do you format?

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04-24-2023 08:07 AM
dwold
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Can you do something like this in the relevant column:

${name}='value' , ${name}='value'

I need both to be true, not an and/or. I tried using a comma but it does not like that

 

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Katie_Clark
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You say "I need them both to be true, not an and/or", but isn't that what an and statement is? Also, what type of question is ${name}? I don't see how the same question can equal two different values at the same time. 

If it was just a typo in your post, and you intended it to refer to two different questions, you would just use the and syntax: ${name1} = 'Value1' and ${name2} = {Value2}

I know you tagged other people in your post and maybe they have a better answer, but hope this helps or can provide additional clarification in the meantime. 

Best,
Katie


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Katie_Clark
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You say "I need them both to be true, not an and/or", but isn't that what an and statement is? Also, what type of question is ${name}? I don't see how the same question can equal two different values at the same time. 

If it was just a typo in your post, and you intended it to refer to two different questions, you would just use the and syntax: ${name1} = 'Value1' and ${name2} = {Value2}

I know you tagged other people in your post and maybe they have a better answer, but hope this helps or can provide additional clarification in the meantime. 

Best,
Katie


“The goal is not simply to ‘work hard, play hard.’ The goal is to make our work and our play indistinguishable.”
- Simon Sinek
dwold
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@Katie_Clark this is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!

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