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ColdFusion compare variable to a list - cfif statement

Posted on 2009-04-08
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Hi, I have a variable that I want to compare to a list, and if it matches on of the values, then I want to display something.  I don't remember the right way to do this.

Basically, I want this:

<CFIF #value# in (1,2,3)>go</cfif>
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erikTsomik earned 500 total points
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try this
<cfset lList="1,2,3">
<cfif ListFindNoCase(lList,value) gt 0>
go
</cfif>
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by:wkolasa
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Thank you.  Solution worked just as I needed.
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