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for_each affecting port feedback evaluation

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mcw0
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for_each affecting port feedback evaluation

If I don't output the for_each results, I get the correct port feeback value.  I'm adding a value of 6 each frame.  At the second frame, output = 12.  Next frame, output will be 18.  But when I also output the for_each results, my original output is now incrementing by 120.  You can see my output = 126.  My original increment of 6 plus 120.  The next frame will be 246.  What's going on?

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mcw0
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Changing the max iterations changes the output.  My original case had 21 iterations.  So I thought the 120 increment came from 20 x 6.  I changed my max iterations to 31 thinking my increment would be 180 (30x6).  NOPE!  The increment became 80.  And my starting value of 6 changed to 4!

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mcw0
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My starting value of 6 changing to 4 is correct.  Forgot my network arriving at the value includes the max iterations value.  So then the increment value is consistent.  Meaning my first case, 120 = 6 x 20.  My second case, 80 = 4 x 20.  Why this is the case is very strange.  But now that there's a pattern, maybe there's a workaround.

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morten.bojsen-hansen
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Are you able to share (part of) the graph? That would make it a lot easier to debug.

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