If the programming technique is to add more and more code (and never delete anything) until the output is as expected, we would get something like that:
(Six scalar booleans to six arrays with one element each to six dynamic data wires, joined into one dynamic data wire and transformed back to a boolean array with six elements. )
Worse than the classic bundle cluster to array dance because it is an index array, to bundle cluster, back to array Cha-Cha.
Also, just before this some extra code to take any incoming waveform array and delete is all, so that you can be sure to append new arrays to an empty array.
Having a boolean labeled "Start Stop" and some loop termination depending on it set to "stop if true", some set to "continue if true" and some having a "not function" in the wire right before the condition certainly does not result in code that can easily be understood.