# R Conversion

Updated: 10/14/2021, 2:20:00 PM
Created: 10/14/2021, 2:20:00 PM
Last Updated By: mikes
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# Description

The R code returns a value that falls within one or more specified ranges. It is as:

Rn,m{;n,m}...
1

where:

  • n is the starting integer of the range. Can be positive or negative.
  • m is the ending integer of the range. Can be positive or negative, but must be equal to or greater than n.

If the value does not fall within the range(s), a null will be returned.

# Input Conversion

Input conversion does not invert. It simply applies the range check to the input data.

# Example 1

R1,10
1

Will return any value that is greater than or equal to 1 and less than or equal to 10.

# Example 2

R-10,10
1

Will return any value that is greater than or equal to -10 and less than or equal to 10.

# Example 3

R-100,-10
1

Will return any value that is greater than or equal to -100 and less than or equal to -10.

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