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labs:explicithistory:splitexample [2015/09/14]
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labs:explicithistory:splitexample [2016/03/08] (current)
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 ====== Explicit History Split Example ====== ====== Explicit History Split Example ======
  
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-All data in Explicit History is stored in lists. There are several ways available to get at individual elements in list or to extract subsets of data. One of the easiest methods is to use a Split component. This component breaks a list of data into two sublists at the specified index. +All data in Explicit History is stored in lists. There are several ways available to get at individual elements in list or to extract subsets of data. One of the easiest methods is to use a Split component. This component breaks a list of data into two sublists at the specified index.
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-The example shows how we can use a Split component to add branching ​behaviour ​to a definition.+The example shows how we can use a Split component to add branching ​behavior ​to a definition.
  
  
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