contains_any

DPU:

variable

Purpose:

To filter for one string from a list of strings.

Type:

The contains_any operator takes a comma-separated list of string arguments.

It uses tokenization on its arguments.

Case:

Not case sensitive. Add the cs keyword or the case switch to create a case-sensitive filter with contains_any.

Syntax:

contains_any "string-1, string-2, .... string-n"

Synonyms:

any

Examples:

  1. Filter for posts that mention a company. For example, Hewlett-Packard spells its name with a hyphen but omits the hyphen from the abbreviated form, HP. The company is never officially referred to as "Hewlett Packard" (without a hyphen) nor "H-P" (with a hyphen). However, people might use these incorrect terms when discussing the company online.

    interaction.content contains_any "HP, H-P, Hewlett-Packard, Hewlett Packard"

  2. Filter for a post that mentions Apple, Google, or Microsoft, or any combination of two or all three of these companies. Notice that this example uses the synonym any.

    interaction.content cs any "Apple,Google,Microsoft"