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Anyone have an elegant tip for how I could take each element of Array A with n elements and add those to each element in Array B with n elements, storing all into a single array?
So that if Array A had 2 elements and Array B had 4 elements the new array size would be 8
As an example Array A contains (1,2) and Array B contains (1,2,3,4) so the result I am looking for is an array with (2,3,4,5,3,4,5,6). I need the overall size of the output array to be based on the size of the two input arrays, it is not fixed.
Hope that is clear enough. I suspect this is probably pretty simple but I can't figure out how to iterate through the multiple elements of the arrays add them and combine them into the new one. I have only been able to add the first element of Array A to all the elements in Array B and combine with the original array.
What I am trying to accomplish is to filter through the same set of points on copied geometry (via ICE Create copies from Mesh) by identifying the ID's I want on the source and then adding the total point count of the original to generate the ID's of the same point locations on the duplicated geometry. Maybe there is a better way to do this as well but it is the path I am following at the moment...