Want to draw a graph but cannot use the same syntax everywhere

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Hi.
I have a graph that looks like this: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/9skgbhqmpl
I want to draw the same thing on a different website so that I know that I am moving in the right direction in my understanding. The different website is: https://www.geogebra.org/graphing/e2ZtMfDv

desmos: { 1 < |x| < 2 : 5}
The above desmos figure is not similar to figure drawn using geogebra because I am unable to write {1 < |x| < 2 : 5} in geogebra. How do I write {1 < |x| < 2 : 5} in geogebra?

What is the correct syntax of {1 < |x| < 2 : 5} in geogebra?

The link that I am exploring is this: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/dnzfajfpym
How do I read an equation that I find in the shared link above?

Thanks.
 

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What is the correct syntax of {1 < |x| < 2 : 5} in geogebra?
For such syntax problems, you need always to look at the documents of the program. Here
 
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In the GeoGebra Input line, type f(x) = 5, 1<|x|<2

This is a piecewise definition of a function in GeoGebra.

PS. Sorry. I just realized how old this thread is.
 

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