Join Paul F. Aubin for an in-depth discussion in this video Join multiple lists into a single list, part of Dynamo: Practical.
- [Narrator] Now that we've processed…all of the shapes that had more than four points…and reduced them down to the four corner points,…we want to go back to our original collection…of polycurves and bring in the set of polycurves…that were already four curves.…So, if you remember, we split into two lists…back earlier in the graph those that were…already four and those that weren't.…So, the ones that were already four…we haven't done anything to yet.…So they're still polycurves.…So what we're going to do in this video…is quite simply take those polycurves,…explode them, query their start points,…and then that'll give us another list…of objects that contain each four points…and then we're going to merge those two lists…together to create our final list of points.…
So to do that, let's start by running the graph,…and then our original branch happened back here…at the list dot filter by bull mask,…which was part of this group two here.…So, what I want to do is take the import,…which represents all of the objects…that were already four points, and branch that out.…
AuthorPaul F. Aubin
- Placing a single Revit Family
- Selecting elements with basic selection nodes
- Lists and lacing
- Renaming multiple project views
- Adaptive component requirements
- Selecting elements by family type
- Joining multiple lists into a single list
- Removing the unwanted points
- Reorganizing points
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Placing Component Families along a Path
2. Renaming Multiple Project Views
3. Placing Adaptive Component Families
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