New doc: IN()

Finally!!!

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I’m a fan of this function and have wound up using it a lot in the main app I’m continuing to tweak. The function is related to something I wrote about earlier on this forum:

Hi @Steve! I just noticed that we can’t search for “IN()” on either this forum or the documentation site. “in” must be considered to be too short and too common.

I think I’ll call this “indocumentation”. Perhaps I’ll be able to find indocumentation if I search for it in the future.

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Yup. “Indocumentation” works.