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MicWit Regular Visitor
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Re: Looping through a table in an m function

Yeh, thats what I did, just figured it would be cool to have a selector like with the table as it saves typos. Thanks for that. I also wanted to have a whole number come in, but params only support decimal (number) and no other types! Have to convert it once in there to int64. This seem right?

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Re: Looping through a table in an m function


@MicWit wrote:

Yeh, thats what I did, just figured it would be cool to have a selector like with the table as it saves typos. Thanks for that. I also wanted to have a whole number come in, but params only support decimal (number) and no other types! Have to convert it once in there to int64. This seem right?


Yes, that sounds correct. The base type system only has "number", it does not differentiate between decimal or int or anything like that.

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