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 Thursday, June 22, 200614 years ago • 5,572 views 1? 14 years ago # don't forget decimals.. like 1.2 etc... 14 years ago # All decimals between 1 and 2 excluding any number with a 0 or 2 in there? 14 years ago # A page that contains the number (not digit) 1 and neither the numbers 0 or 2. 14 years ago # Oh, it can interpret decimals? That is clever 14 years ago # Any number between, but not including, 0 and 2 ? 14 years ago # I saw 2.0 in there. And 00:00, so it must be any number from 0 to 2, including 0 and 2... 14 years ago # Including anything with the value "0" or "2" but then cancelling out things that are exactly "2" or "0". The .. operator is the clever thing which finds everything between and including two numbers. The minus operator is simple and just eliminates an exact string.Thats my opinion. 14 years ago # Right it's all numbers between 0 and 2, excluding 0 and 2 14 years ago # But including strings that evaluate to them but aren't literally them 14 years ago # It's the same as searching for "1", as Sam pointer out.Hm... searching for -0 only finds 6 results. -2 is another 10 results. Weird? 14 years ago # all the decimals between 0 to 2 but without the strings "0" and "2".0..2 will return all the decimal numbers between 0 to 2 (fractions included).the minuses -0 -2 will remove the strings "0" and "2". This thread is locked as it's old... but you can create a new thread in the forum.

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