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vrf Concat 2 dim arrays

Question asked by warren.pickles on Dec 4, 2003
Hi Dave,
Yep that's an improvement.  I saw that you use Get Mappings to determine the
array size.  Careful there - it's fine if your arrays are not mapped, but if
they are the "dim 1 to" output will not return the size of the array.
Better to use the Get Values object and look at the DimSizes output.
Warren


-----Original Message-----
From: Hamilton Dave-P17257 [mailto:Dave.Hamilton@gdds.com]
Sent: 04 December 2003 15:29
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] RE: Concat 2 dim arrays


Expanding on Warrens example, here is a version that outputs a real 2D
array.

Dave Hamilton
General Dynamics



-----Original Message-----
From: paul.2.rowan@bt.com [mailto:paul.2.rowan@bt.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 7:25 AM
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] Concat 2 dim arrays


Ok this is probly easy but ??

I have two, 2d  arrays of results  eg
1.2,23,24,25,26
1.3,23,24,25,26
1.4,23,24,25,26
1.5,23,24,25,26
and
2.2,23,24,25,26
2.3,23,24,25,26
2.4,23,24,25,26
2.5,23,24,25,26
2.6,23,24,25,26
2.7,23,24,25,26

The requiered output is:-

1.2,23,24,25,26
1.3,23,24,25,26
1.4,23,24,25,26
1.5,23,24,25,26
2.2,23,24,25,26
2.3,23,24,25,26
2.4,23,24,25,26
2.5,23,24,25,26
2.6,23,24,25,26
2.7,23,24,25,26

Ok I could loop them but in reality these can be 58 by 3047 real32 values.
Please can anyone advise.
Thanks
Paul Rowan
BT Goonhilly

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