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Query_Lang-PCBFunctions_Fields_ChannelOffsetChannelOffset_AD

Created: August 2, 2022 | Updated: August 2, 2022
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Parent page: PCB Query Functions - Fields

Summary

Returns all component objects whose Channel Offset property complies with the Query.

Syntax

ChannelOffset : Numeric_String
ChannelOffset : Number

The ChannelOffset keyword can always be used in conjunction with a Numeric_String. It can alternatively be used in conjunction with a Number, but only when all other non-component objects (which do not have a Channel Offset property) have been totally excluded by one or more preceding entries within the Query expression. Use entries in the expression such as ChannelOffset <> '', or ChannelOffset > ''. Alternatively, use entries specifically targeting component objects, such as ObjectKind = 'Component', or IsComponent.

Example Usage

ChannelOffset = '2'
ChannelOffset <> '' && ChannelOffset = 2

Returns all component objects whose Channel Offset property is 2.

ChannelOffset > '' && ChannelOffset Between 3 And 5
Returns all component objects whose Channel Offset property is greater than, or equal to, 3 and less than, or equal to, 5.

IsComponent && ChannelOffset < 4
Returns all component objects whose Channel Offset property is less than 4.

ObjectKind = 'Component' && ChannelOffset >= 4
Returns all component objects whose Channel Offset property is greater than, or equal to, 4.

ChannelOffset <> '1'
Returns all objects except component objects whose Channel Offset property is 1.

IsComponent && ChannelOffset <> 1
Returns all component objects whose Channel Offset property is not equal to 1.

Tips

  1. The Channel Offset property is only defined for component objects.
  2. The child objects of component objects returned by the Query, are not returned.

 

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