Filter Tables with Table input¶
Filter nodes with Table input take a table on the upper port and use it to filter the list on the lower port. The table must contain a single column and should be at least as long as the list on the lower port. Lets call it the filter-column. Now for each Table or ADAF in the incoming list the corresponding index of the filter-column is inspected. If it is True (or is considered True in Python, e.g. any non-zero integer or a non-empty string) the Table or ADAF is included in the filtered list. And vice versa, if the value in the filter-column is False (or is considered False in Python, e.g. 0 or an empty string) the corresponding Table or ADAF is not included in the filtered list.
Filter a list of tables using an incoming table.
- Filter : Table
Table with a column used as the filter column.
- List of tables : Tables
Incoming list of Tables.
- Filtered list : Tables
The filtered list with Tables.