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    Validation in Draft 4 and below

    The 'exclusiveMaximum' keyword must is a boolean.

    If "exclusiveMaximum" is not present, or has boolean value false, then the instance is valid if it is lower than, or equal to, the value of "maximum";

    If "exclusiveMaximum" has boolean value true, the instance is valid if it is strictly lower than the value of "maximum".

    If "exclusiveMaximum" is present, "maximum" MUST also be present.

    Its default is false.


    Validation in Draft 6 and above

    The value of "exclusiveMaximum" MUST be number, representing an exclusive upper limit for a numeric instance.

    If the instance is a number, then the instance is valid only if it has a value strictly less than (not equal to) "exclusiveMaximum".

    Graphical Representation

    The constraint is represented in line within the diagram, properties with the icon apply to instance array values.

    Constraints are also shown in the property grid when the containing schema is selected.

    If the schema is not allowed to contain an array value, then the constraint is ignored and not shown in the property grid.

    The constraint values are also shown on the tooltips (select and hover over an item in the diagram).



    Its value can be edited in the following ways

    It can be deleted by selecting it and pressing delete, or right clicking it an pressing delete.

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