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CCRS Editor using wild cards?

Hi, His there a way to use wild card in a UCCX script? Let say I want to exclude any called number beginning 64XXX (X representing a wild card) ?

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Jean L

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Re: CCRS Editor using wild cards?

Assuming that the called number is stored in a string then you could use the substring function in a Set step to store the first two digits in another string variable and then use the If step to set actions based around whether the value is 64.

The syntax required for the Set step is show below:

CalledNumber.substring(0,1)

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Re: CCRS Editor using wild cards?

Assuming that the called number is stored in a string then you could use the substring function in a Set step to store the first two digits in another string variable and then use the If step to set actions based around whether the value is 64.

The syntax required for the Set step is show below:

CalledNumber.substring(0,1)

If this helps please rate.

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