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extracting an array of one cluster element from an array of clusters

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Is there an easier way?  Thanks!

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Re: extracting an array of one cluster element from an array of clusters

No

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Re: extracting an array of one cluster element from an array of clusters

Not even a "Reply hazy try again", huh?  Smiley Very Happy

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Re: extracting an array of one cluster element from an array of clusters

With 2017's type parsing palette it is theoretically possible to get array data and check that it has a type of "Cluster".  And script out the vi's that get arrays of each single element.  I wouldn't call that "Easier"

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Re: extracting an array of one cluster element from an array of clusters

You might be interested in this idea: Why is there no function to reverse "Index & Bundle Cluster Array


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Re: extracting an array of one cluster element from an array of clusters


crossrulz wrote:

You might be interested in this idea: Why is there no function to reverse "Index & Bundle Cluster Array


That is pretty much exactly what I was asking about.

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Re: extracting an array of one cluster element from an array of clusters

Or using a VIM (2017) this would be possible, but you'd probably have to make a new VIM for each index in the cluster to pull out.  Like a "Get Element 1 in Cluster.vim" "Get Element 2 in Cluster.vim" and then that would work changing the outputs based on the cluster type wired.

 

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Also as mentioned in the idea exchange there is an XNode that does this over on LAVA.


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Hang tight.  I may have missed a "outlook hazy try again later" response.  But I stand by the NO for now.

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