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Filter Parameter

3rd November 2020 at 11:09am
Filter Syntax
[anything but ]]{anything but }}<anything but >>

The parameter to a filter operator can be:

[like this]
The parameter is the exact text that appears between the square brackets.
{like this}
The parameter is the text indicated by the text reference whose name appears between the curly brackets, i.e. a field of a specified tiddler, or the value of a property of a specified data tiddler.
<like this>
The parameter is the current value of the variable whose name appears between the angle brackets. Macro parameters are not supported.

New in: 5.1.23 Filter operators support multiple parameters which are separated by a , character.

For example: [param1],[param2] or <param1>,{param2}