1 00:00:00,012 --> 00:00:04,879 In our count set up we are storing too much information for length, alright? 2 00:00:04,879 --> 00:00:09,890 Length gives all kinds of values and closing all these holes doesn't make a lot 3 00:00:09,890 --> 00:00:15,046 of sense. So now we are introducing buckets on this particular scalar. And we're 4 00:00:15,046 --> 00:00:19,865 defining a minimum length of one, a maximal length of 63 and then two other 5 00:00:19,865 --> 00:00:25,169 groups from 2 to 31, and 32 through 62. The syntax to implement these buckets is 6 00:00:25,169 --> 00:00:29,600 here. You start with the range key word. Then you actually set how big your 7 00:00:29,600 --> 00:00:34,305 range is. Could be a single number and you give it a name, right? So, names are 8 00:00:34,305 --> 00:00:39,198 here. And appropriate ranges are here. Here's the other syntax, if you have a 9 00:00:39,198 --> 00:00:44,046 from to kind of notification. We are already giving you the coverage. And the 10 00:00:44,046 --> 00:00:51,279 syntax to add it, right? So you'll just add basically your range specifications, 11 00:00:51,279 --> 00:00:57,942 something like this down here, and complete it for min, max, small and big.