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tuple_findtuple_findTupleFindtuple_findTupleFindTupleFind (Operator)


tuple_findtuple_findTupleFindtuple_findTupleFindTupleFind — Return the indices of all occurrences of a tuple within another tuple.


tuple_find( : : Tuple, ToFind : Indices)

Herror tuple_find(const Hlong Tuple, const Hlong ToFind, Hlong* Indices)

Herror T_tuple_find(const Htuple Tuple, const Htuple ToFind, Htuple* Indices)

Herror tuple_find(const HTuple& Tuple, const HTuple& ToFind, Hlong* Indices)

Herror tuple_find(const HTuple& Tuple, const HTuple& ToFind, HTuple* Indices)

void TupleFind(const HTuple& Tuple, const HTuple& ToFind, HTuple* Indices)

HTuple HTuple::TupleFind(const HTuple& ToFind) const

void HOperatorSetX.TupleFind(
[in] VARIANT Tuple, [in] VARIANT ToFind, [out] VARIANT* Indices)

VARIANT HTupleX.TupleFind(
[in] VARIANT Tuple, [in] VARIANT ToFind)

static void HOperatorSet.TupleFind(HTuple tuple, HTuple toFind, out HTuple indices)

HTuple HTuple.TupleFind(HTuple toFind)


tuple_findtuple_findTupleFindtuple_findTupleFindTupleFind searches TupleTupleTupleTupleTupletuple sequentially for all occurrences of the values of the second tuple ToFindToFindToFindToFindToFindtoFind and returns the indices in IndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesindices (in relation to the first input tuple TupleTupleTupleTupleTupletuple). For example, if TupleTupleTupleTupleTupletuple contains the values [3,4,5,6,1,2,3,4,0] and ToFindToFindToFindToFindToFindtoFind contains the values [3,4], the output tuple IndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesindices will contain the values [0,6]. If the first tuple does not contain the second tuple as a subtuple, tuple_findtuple_findTupleFindtuple_findTupleFindTupleFind returns -1 in IndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesindices. It is allowed to mix strings and numbers in the input tuples.

Exception: Empty input tuples

If either or both of the input tuples are empty, the operator returns an empty tuple.

HDevelop In-line Operation

HDevelop provides an in-line operation for tuple_findtuple_findTupleFindtuple_findTupleFindTupleFind, which can be used in an expression in the following syntax:

Indices := find(Tuple, ToFind)



TupleTupleTupleTupleTupletuple (input_control)  number(-array) HTupleHTupleHTupleVARIANTHtuple (integer / real / string) (int / long / double / string) (Hlong / double / HString) (Hlong / double / char*) (Hlong / double / BSTR) (Hlong / double / char*)

Input tuple to examine.

ToFindToFindToFindToFindToFindtoFind (input_control)  number(-array) HTupleHTupleHTupleVARIANTHtuple (integer / real / string) (int / long / double / string) (Hlong / double / HString) (Hlong / double / char*) (Hlong / double / BSTR) (Hlong / double / char*)

Input tuple with values to find.

IndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesIndicesindices (output_control)  number(-array) HTupleHTupleHTupleVARIANTHtuple (integer) (int / long) (Hlong) (Hlong) (Hlong) (Hlong)

Indices of the occurrences of the values to find in the tuple to examine.


tuple_find_firsttuple_find_firstTupleFindFirsttuple_find_firstTupleFindFirstTupleFindFirst, tuple_find_lasttuple_find_lastTupleFindLasttuple_find_lastTupleFindLastTupleFindLast, tuple_sorttuple_sortTupleSorttuple_sortTupleSortTupleSort, tuple_inversetuple_inverseTupleInversetuple_inverseTupleInverseTupleInverse, tuple_equal_elemtuple_equal_elemTupleEqualElemtuple_equal_elemTupleEqualElemTupleEqualElem



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