For clarification on when you should use0 "is" vs "in" when building a Line Item Selector.
- "in" should be used for a Line Item Selector with multiple items separated by commas.
- "is" should be used for a Line Item Selector with only one item.
- "in" means that the item may match any of the specific input values.
- "is" must match the exact input value.
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