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Including Options and Choices with Numeric Values in Expressions and Conditional Rules
Numeric choices can be included in logical expressions used in advanced assigned expressions and conditional rules. The next table shows some examples of using numeric options and choices in logical expressions.
 Example of logical expression Explanation WB19 Wheel Base = 19 Red + =WB25/= WB25 / Frame Size <= FS30 > = FS18 + <= FS28 Frame Size >= FS18 + Frame Size <= FS28 (>= FS18 + <= FS28) / (>= WB25 + <= WB35) (Frame Size >= FS18 + Frame Size <= FS28) / (Wheel Base >= WB25 + Wheel Base <= WB35)
Format for Using Numeric Options and Choices in Expressions
The format for including numeric choices in expressions is described in the next table.
 Format Example of Using an Abbreviated Definition Explanation numeric_choice WB10 Wheel Base = WB10 ! numeric_choice ! WB10 Wheel Base =! WB10 < numeric_choice < WB10 Wheel Base numeric_choice WB10 Wheel Base > WB10 <= numeric_choice <= WB10 Wheel Base <= WB10 >= numeric_choice >= WB10 Wheel Base >= WB10
 In expression, a numeric choice is referenced by name or number, depending on how the format for using choices in expressions is configured
Numeric Choices in Conditional Rules
Numeric choices can be used both in the IF and THEN portions of conditional rules. The following are some examples of using numeric choices in conditional rules:
IF (Color = Red AND Wheel_Base > Radius-24) THEN Include Choice1, Choices2
IF (Size = Large) THEN Enable Wheel_Base = Radius-52, Radius-60