Match Digits in File
This filter is similar to Match Numbers in File filter - it compares ticket's first/last digits with numbers in a selected text file. The filter accepts a ticket if it contains selected count
of digits from that file.
To use the filter, first click Select button to browse for the
text file with numbers to be compared with filtered tickets. Then tick
the desired count(s) of matching digits in the table below.
The file with matching numbers must follow these formatting
- Each set of numbers is on a separate line of text.
- Numbers on each line are separated with space character(s)
or TAB character(s) or colon (:) or semicolon (;) or comma (,) or dash
(-) character. For example:
- 1 2 3 4
- Lines starting with hash (#) character are ignored.
- The number of lines in the file is not limited.
- The count of numbers on a single line is not limited.
Let's assume we want to compare filtered tickets with the
See also Match Numbers in File ticket filter.
- When filter settings are Last Digits, Match 3 then:
- filter accepts this ticket because its first three last digits match three numbers from the second line in the file.
- filter accepts this ticket because three of its last digits - 3, 6 and 9 match numbers in the third line in the file.
- When filter settings are Last Digits, Match 3, Min 3 then:
- filter accepts this ticket because it matches three digits from the second line in the file (1, 2, 3), three digits from the third line (3, 8, 9) and three digits from the last line (1, 8, 9). That's a match in three lines in the matching file as specified in Min 3 condition.