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#1 loco

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Posted 23 January 2011 - 01:15 PM

I am aware you are able to cap either the upper or lower level of a search, but one at a time. In my opinion the be able to search only for the domain within a set range would save a lot of time. For example when you know that the value is definitely a positive value, but there is no way it'll be above a million. I think this would speed up finding unknown values when comparing to the stored set.

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Posted 27 January 2011 - 02:35 AM

loco said:

I am aware you are able to cap either the upper or lower level of a search, but one at a time. In my opinion the be able to search only for the domain within a set range would save a lot of time. For example when you know that the value is definitely a positive value, but there is no way it'll be above a million. I think this would speed up finding unknown values when comparing to the stored set.

The greater and less than functions pretty much allow ranges. I can see that if you have compared stored values checked, you'll only be able to set one of the bounds though, but you could just do a ranged search without 'Compare stored values' checked (and then re-check it later if you want to)?

I guess what I'm saying is that it is kind of doable right now without adding something new on.




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