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Does anyone know if it's possible to compose/decompose map/sets in LabVIEW?

@LogMAN wrote a fantastic "LabVIEW Composition" library which is able to :

  • compose/decompose LabVIEW classes
  • decompose maps
  • decompose sets

However, there is no support for composition of maps/sets.
(Link: https://github.com/LogMANOriginal/LabVIEW-Composition)

 

@jdpowell and @Antoine Chalons had an interesting discussion on a JSONtext issue ticket about this subject:

(link: https://bitbucket.org/drjdpowell/jsontext/issues/74/add-support-for-maps-set)

However, it doesn't look like there has been resolution yet?

Thanks for any input/insight

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12 hours ago, bjustice said:

Does anyone know if it's possible to compose/decompose map/sets in LabVIEW?

Yes it is, both ways.

12 hours ago, bjustice said:

@LogMAN wrote a fantastic "LabVIEW Composition" library which is able to :

  • compose/decompose LabVIEW classes
  • decompose maps
  • decompose sets

However, there is no support for composition of maps/sets.
(Link: https://github.com/LogMANOriginal/LabVIEW-Composition)

I'm glad you like it :) 

There is a new release which adds support for composition of maps and sets. Here is an example of what you can do with it:

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12 hours ago, bjustice said:

@jdpowell and @Antoine Chalons had an interesting discussion on a JSONtext issue ticket about this subject:

(link: https://bitbucket.org/drjdpowell/jsontext/issues/74/add-support-for-maps-set)

However, it doesn't look like there has been resolution yet?

Thanks for any input/insight

This is actually a very smart way of doing it. My library takes the keys and values apart into individual arrays. A key-value-pair is certainly easier to work with...

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