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July 2010 — updated on : June 2010

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The |>{value} filter returns "true" if the results of the tag to which it is applied is strictly greater than "value".

{value} can be numeric [1] (5, 18.2, 84,...), or alphanumeric [2] (abc, a word,...)

For example:
[There are (#TOTAL_BOUCLE|>{1543}|?{' really a lot of articles', ' too many articles'}) in this section.].

See also the |<a, |>=a, |<=a, |!=a and |==a filters.


[1If a decimal number is passed as the value, it must use a decimal point and not a comma as in several European languages

[2The check takes account of uppercase and lowercase characters

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