I know that many extract wires 'upwards' and later on merge errors to collect errors and continue. From a layout perspective it's natural to add the top code to the top input of Merge Errors, but from a data flow perspective any error that happens there is often secondary to the 'base/lower' part of the code. This means you need to connect the top code to the bottom input of Merge Errors.
Wouldn't it be nifty if you could have an r-click option or input of "reverse order" or "merge from bottom"?
I assume that it behinds the scenes makes an array of errors and looks for the 1st one, so this would only add a 'reverse array' inside the function. To not have that ability forces you to do a Build array, Reverse array and Merge Error, which feels unnecessary.
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