What the "~" tilda does it means to the Custom Action execution ?

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It ignores the case of the "ALL", so it could be "all", "All", "ALl" etc. and still meet the condition of the CA action correctly.
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It ignores the case of the "ALL", so it could be "all", "All", "ALl" etc. and still meet the condition of the CA action correctly.

 

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Answered 10/17/2012 by: dunnpy
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"~" means approximately equal to the given value e.x.ALL

Answered 10/17/2012 by: phanigudivada
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