Sounds like what?? (Michael Neale)

We have for some time been using the MVEL expression language magic, from Mike Brock. This has served us well, but I found that it has some funky features like “soundex” built in. This allows you to match text based on the soundex algorithm (ie a word sounds like another word).

In 4.0.2, this is available as a proper operator in rules:

Cheese(name soundslike “steelton”)

And in the GUI:

You can of course do this in predicates/eval (along with other cool things that MVEL has hidden in it). Handy !

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