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$number2=300 ;but i want here range 250 to 350

If $number1 <> $number2 Then

is it posible to write $number1<>$number2(+/- 50)?

thanks for help

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Please define more clearly.

Are you wanting the qualifying statement to be true when your comparison variable is less than $number2 - 50 Or when it is greater than $number2 + 50 but not true otherwise?

If $number1 < $number2 - 50 Or $number1 > $number2 + 50 Then

If you already know how to do those things and were just wondering if you could use something like the syntax that you described, then my answer is "No, not to my knowledge"

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