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Performs a lookup on a range-based lookup table, and routes the feature to the appropriate output port. If the input attribute does not match any of the given ranges, the feature is routed to the <Unfiltered> port.

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Output Ports


It’s important to note that the ranges you create are inclusive and that the order in which they appear on the table matters. For example, suppose one range is from 10 to 20 and the next range is from 20 to 30. The number 20 can belong to both ranges because each range is inclusive, but the number will only be matched to the first range.

Each range has a From value and a To value. These values are inclusive, and each feature will be matched to the first range (in the order present in the table) that contains the value of that feature's Source Attribute. If either From or To is omitted, the range is open-ended; that is, it will match any value greater than (for From) or less than (for To) what is specified.

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