can i use multiple when statements in search & search all ?
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can i use multiple when statements in search & search all ? justify ur answer? ..

Answer / abhi

we can use multiple statements in search but not in search all.

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can i use multiple when statements in search & search all ? justify ur answer? ..

Answer / kalpanapedda

only multiple statements is possible in serch,in serch all
only one when condition is possible.

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