I need your precious help once more, but this time for a conceptual question.
How the connection between two Chunk Loop Start nodes affects the function of the nodes inside the loop?
In other words, to avoid the problem of variable stack, I need to connect two Chunk Loop Start nodes’ variable ports at the beginning of my workflow but I noticed that if I swap this connection (the input with the output), the results are very different. I’d like to understand this more clearly.
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can you create example workflow and share it with us for better understanding what is troubling you and what kind of problem are you trying to avoid?
thank you very much for the fast reply!
Basically I was trying to speed up or at least monitor a string matcher node and therefore I connected 2 chunk loop start nodes between the query and dictionary tables and the respective input ports. If I don’t connect their variable ports I get the error of variable stack, so I connected them but I noticed that, if I connect them like this: or like this: , not only the string matcher compares the tables differently, but it gives different results.
Please let me know if this is clear or I should describe it differently.
Whenever I have trouble with loops interfering with variables or interfering with each other, my go-to solution is wrapping one of the loops into a component and thus gaining control over which variables are inside the component and which ones are allowed to leave it. I don’t know if it helps with the problem at hand, but maybe you will want to experiment with this option a bit.
this doesn’t seem like a proper design. To speed it up try Parallel Chunk Start/End nodes.
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