I made a litte project to clarify my question:
When the (is match?) Button is pressed the MatchLabel (green) will get the value of matchVar which is either "match" or "no match". This depends on if the two MatchInput fields have an equal text or not. This works fine.
I cannot check if the ContainsIputLeft contains the value of ContainsInputRight which I do like this:
IsMatch(ContainsInputLeft.Text;ContainsInputRight.Text;MatchOptions.Contains & IgnoreCase)
IsMatch() needs a String as second Parameter which looks like this:
However now I always check if the ContainsInputLeft Inputfield contains a "p" and not the value of ContainsInputRight like it should be.
Anyone any Ideas on how to check if a value of an inputfield is included in an value of another inputfield?
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Wow thanks for the fast reply!
This is a awesome solution thank you!
I was worried that it would be case sensitive but its NOT.
Have a nice day!
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