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    opposite of [WM-If: Field]
    I've been using the code

    [WM-If: Field: condition=y]

    with no problems, but I am looking for a command like this:

    [WM-IFNOT: Field: condition=y]

    or

    [WM-If: Field: condition (is not) y]

    Anyone undestand what I mean? Is there such a thing or does someone know a solution?

    thanks!

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    The WM-If tag includes an "isnot" operator (can also be written as "<>").

    See the WebMerge Help page on the WM-If tag for a complete list of available operators.
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    Perfect, thanks!

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