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Stupid question 18/49675 in an infrequent series

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valhallen
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Stupid question 18/49675 in an infrequent series

Compare arrays?

I have an array of point positions from a strand, then an array of point positions from a resampled strand .. I want to get the new points that are not in the old points array, so I can offset them and make another strand ... all in the hopes of avoiding an MPM setup that i can't get to work ๐Ÿ˜„

Trying to avoid an iterate that goes through both arrays, as they could get rather large ...

I have tried intersect arrays ... both with the original nested arrays and flattened versions ...

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valhallen
in reply to: valhallen

Note:  this doesn't need MPM anyways - swatting a gnat with a nuke

 

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mjcg91
in reply to: valhallen

intersect_array does not yet work with float3, which is why you get this error. 

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valhallen
in reply to: mjcg91

Sadness.  Thanks for confirming though.  Found another way using the indices and a modulo ๐Ÿ˜„

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