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Un-grouping an array

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07-03-2012 07:57 AM

So I have created an array to layout my drawing of some blocks that I created. I took each array and copied it (not as an array) Now I want to drill down and do a count of the blocks that are in my drawing. 

How can I "explode" the arrays so that I no longer have any 'arrays' but now just my blocks? 


basiclly I am building large arrays and need to count items after they are spaced out. what is the best way to do this if not able to explode or exit the arrays?




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Re: Un-grouping an array

07-05-2012 05:55 AM in reply to: joshure

I take it you did not actually try EXPLODE command yet?


PROPERTIES command gives you row/columns counts if you select an ARRAY too, if you want to avoid exploding.

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