Current state gives me one result, the Russian ruble, due to its preferred rank (notice the wdt prefix):

On Dec 3, 2017 21:02, "Daniel Kinzler" <> wrote:
Am 03.12.2017 um 14:49 schrieb Imre Samu:
>>All=contains not only the Truthy ones,but also the ones with qualifiers
> imho:  Sometimes Qualifiers is very important for multiple values  (   like
> "Start time","End time","point in time", ... )
> for example:   Russia  :  Russia - P38:"currency"
> has 2 "statements" both with qualifiers:
>     * Russian ruble -  ( start time: 1992 )
>     * Soviet ruble  - (end time: September 1993 )
> My Question:
> in this case - what is the "Truthy=simple" result for   Russia-P38:"currency" ?

You will simply get two truthy results: Russian rubel, and Soviet rubel. Both
are Russian currencies. If you want to know when, why, where, etc, you have to
check the qualified "full" statements.

That's why it's called "truthy": the answer is kind of true, depending on context.

Daniel Kinzler
Principal Platform Engineer

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