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    What I am trying to do is use the current condition for my location in an event. My questions:
    1) Is it case sensitive? For example, is "Rain" the same as "rain?"
    2) When using more than one condition, each is separated by a comma. Does a space after the comma make a difference?
    3) How would two words in a condition be handled, such as "partly cloudy?"
    Thanks,
    Elliott

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    Originally posted by Richel View Post
    What I am trying to do is use the current condition for my location in an event. My questions:
    1) Is it case sensitive? For example, is "Rain" the same as "rain?"
    2) When using more than one condition, each is separated by a comma. Does a space after the comma make a difference?
    3) How would two words in a condition be handled, such as "partly cloudy?"
    Thanks,
    Elliott
    1. It is not case sensitive.
    2. Current version, the space would make a difference. While I was checking the code I went ahead and set it to ignore leading or trailing spaces. The next version released will have this change.
    3. It would only match on "partly cloudy". It would not match on "partly sunny and cloudy". It would match on "Sunny and partly cloudy"
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    • #3
      Originally posted by CFGuy View Post
      1. It is not case sensitive.
      2. Current version, the space would make a difference. While I was checking the code I went ahead and set it to ignore leading or trailing spaces. The next version released will have this change.
      3. It would only match on "partly cloudy". It would not match on "partly sunny and cloudy". It would match on "Sunny and partly cloudy"
      Thank you. This is helpful.

      Elliott

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