In the `Calculate` node, would it be possible to have a clamp to one bound only?

Let's say I have data that is "naturally" bounded to 0 for the low limit, I don't really need the formula to check if that data is going lower than 0. I only need the formula to check if the data is going over the high limit and clamp it to that high limit.

I'm asking this because I imagine that checking only one limit would save a few CPU cycles.

Instead of the two-sided limit with `clamp`, you could do a one-sided limit with `min` or `max` — for example `min(value, highLimit)`.

### I looked for that, but it's

I looked for that, but it's not explicitly there in the node's description (or at least in a fashion I was able to understand...):

### @Kewl, thanks for pointing

Kewl, thanks for pointing that out. I'd like to clarify the documentation. It sounds like you understood that you could use `clamp` (whose documentation explains x, min, max) but not `min` and `max`?

### Exactly. Since there's clamp

Exactly. Since there's `clamp(x,min,max)`, I would have expected `min(x,min)` and `max(x,max)`.