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Aggregation measure with equivalent of SQL "not in" operator

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I am using the Oracle BI Administration Tool (BMM model) . How would I create an aggregation measure that uses the equivalent of the a SQL "not in" logical operator?
 
I need to count all records where the value does not equal '999999999','999999998','000000000'.  

The SQL equivalent would be something like:
sum(case when student_oen NOT IN ('999999999','999999998','000000000') then 1 else 0 end) as count_oen_other
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same:

sum(case when student_oen NOT IN ('999999999','999999998','000000000') then 1 else 0 end) as count_oen_other
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by:Huseyin KAHRAMAN
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or less sexy version

sum(
case
when student_oen != '999999999' and student_oen != '999999998' and student_oen != '000000000'
then 1 else 0 end
) as count_oen_other
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