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[SOLVED] Count Repeater Items where checkbox isnt checked for current page

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Is it possible to use count() to return a number of repeater items don't have a checkbox checked? In my current set up, I have a repeater on the page "dev_repeater" with a checkbox called "dev_repeater_exclude". I need to get a count of the current items that do not have it checked so I can pass it to my css grid to alter the column width.

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<?php

echo count( $page->dev_repeater->find('dev_repeater_exclude=0') );

?>

This should work. Did this with a RepeaterMatrix field a while back in this way.

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