It is possible to use custom attributes or @name with operators, for Collections?
Can we make find an example somewhere other than the documentation that is now down?
Yes, you would use them in the selection expression.
Selections can also be used to match parameter names and values on the selected nodes, including the node entry name, type, and derived type. This is done using a parameter dot-delimiter
.() on each node selection string. The following example selection matches all nodes named '
sphere' which have a '
Comparators can be used to match certain parameter values. The following selection matches all nodes whose name starts with 'sphere' and has a 'radius' larger than 0.5:
sphere*.(radius > 0.5)
The parameter matching also supports concatenation and glob/regex, e.g.:
car*.((make == 'fiat' and year > 2010) or tinted_glass == True) or drone*.(battery_level >= 20) plane*.(model == 'A3*' and captain == r'B(ob|ryan)')
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