You can use relational comparisons for the numeric values in your table cells.

You can use all the normal operators: <, >, <=, >=, !=.

The

So 2.5~=3 but 2.5 is not ~= 3.0.

DT:Some Decision Table | |

input | output? |

3 | <5 |

5 | >=3 |

8 | 3<_<9 |

You can use all the normal operators: <, >, <=, >=, !=.

The

*~=*relational operator means*approximately equal*. It applies to floating point numbers. So if*~=3.0*then the*3.0*sets the precision so that 2.95 or 3.049 will both show equality. It is the number of decimals on the right side of the operator that determines the precision.So 2.5~=3 but 2.5 is not ~= 3.0.

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