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  • Merging arrays

    **Already Solved using 'while', I thought it could be done by a shorter formula.

    Good mornings,
    I've been attempting to combine two arrays without success.
    Here's the scenario:
    In an entity I have two related as Many relationships called 'first' and 'second', and an array field named 'all'. My goal is for 'all' to contain both firstIds and secondIds. In my example, firstIds consists of four related records, and secondIds consists of two. So ideally, 'all' field should contain six objects.
    However, every attempt I've made so far has resulted in only five objects (four objects from firstIds and the other two IDs grouped as one object).
    Seems I've tried everything except the correct formula
    Any suggestions on how to achieve the desired result?
    Thanks​
    Last edited by Athensmusic; 04-27-2024, 07:08 AM.

  • #2
    Hi Athensmusic,

    Please tell me have you tried using the following formula script?
    Code:
    all = array\push(all, firstIds);
    all = array\push(all, secondIds);

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    • #3
      Hi lazovic
      Yes, I tried but this makes one object for firstsIds and one for secondIds but I needed all objects separeted.
      I did that using while, didn't figure out any shorter code.
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      • #4
        Hi Athensmusic,

        Thank you for your clarifications, I understood you and was able to reproduce this case. I think this is how everything should work, since, for example, firstIds field is a full-fledged array and when using an array\push() function this array is not decomposed into individual elements.

        Please tell me do I understand correctly that your formula script looks like this?
        Code:
        $firstCount = array\length(firstIds);
        $secondCount = array\length(secondIds);
        
        $i = 0;
        
        while ($i < $firstCount) {
        
          all = array\push(all, array\at(firstIds, $i));
        
          $i = $i + 1;
        }
        
        $y = 0;
        
        while ($y < $secondCount) {
        
          all = array\push(all, array\at(secondIds, $y));
        
          $y = $y + 1;
        }

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        • #5
          Hi there lazovic
          I didn't tested your way but I quote my working version.
          Actually I needed to get the results in a variable ($all) so to pass it later in another formula and not straight in an array field.
          So it is a part of the larger formula, but works if modified for an array field too.


          Code:
          $i=0;
          $all=firstIds;
          while ($i < array\length(secondIds),
          $secondId = array\at(secondIds, $i);
          $all = array\push($all, $secondId);
          $i = $i + 1;
          );​​
          Last edited by Athensmusic; 05-02-2024, 06:57 AM.

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