Figure 1 shows an example in which the range of "age" is set from 0 to 130.Values outside the range will result in an error.
Input check - fill in the value in the range check.
Specify the range by concatenating two numbers with "-" (hyphen).
For example, if you want to restrict input to only numeric values from 1 to 10, specify "1-10" for this item.
If you want to include negative numbers, enclose them in parentheses "()".
For example, if you want input from -10 to 10, specify "(- 10) - 10".
For example, in case of 4 digits, specify "0-9999".
You can specify "valid date until yyyy year MM month dd day".
Figure 4 shows an example in which "2000/1/1-" is described in the range.Entering the previous value will result in an error.
Fixed date is specified in yyyy/MM/dd format. An expression including "now" can also be described.Now is a special notation meaning "the day".
|(now-7)-(now-1)||From 7 days ago to 1 day before|
|(now-7)-now||7 days ago to today|
|(now-7)-2013/1/1||7 days ago to 1 January 2013|
|now-2013/12/31||From today to December 31, 2013|
|2013/1/1-now||From 1 January 2013 until today|
|2013/1/1-(now+7)||From 1 January 2013 until 7 days from today|
|now,now+2||Today and the day after tomorrow|
|now,now+2,now+4||Today and the day after tomorrow, after 4 days|
|2013/1/1,now,2013/12/31||January 1, 2013, today, and December 31, 2013|
Note that you can not write an expression that is a mixture of commas and hyphens.The following notation is incorrect.
Warning is displayed, but when you make setting that you do not disturb the registration itself by pressing the save button here, specify "warning" from the list box on the right side of the input field.(When it is blank, you can not register if an error occurs.)
Figure 4 is an example of a numeric type, but the date type is similar.