Numbers verification problem when there is "–" sign between two numbers (e.g. 5-10)
Thread poster: Lenart
Lenart  Identity Verified
Local time: 13:21
Jul 9

Hello everyone,

I have noticed that when a sign “-“ is between two numbers, the number checker doesn’t work for me. The reason is that SDL treats “-“ as a part of a number and I cannot use “-“ in my language.

For example Source: “5-10” > target: “od 5 do 10”. Number checker shows error because he concludes that “-10” is different form „10“. Is there any way to set a number checker in the way, that he would check only numbers without taking “-“ sign in consideration?

Thank you

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