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Concatenates all the values of a list into a single attribute.



If this feature enters the ListConcatenator:

  • somelist{0}.length        = 7.3
  • somelist{0}.kind             = ’paved’
  • somelist{1}.length       = 8.4
  • somelist{1}.kind             = ’smooth’
  • somelist{1}.lanes            = 2
  • somelist{2}.length        = 1.1
  • somelist{2}.kind             = ’rough’

and a concatenation of somelist{}.kind with a backslash (\\) separator is requested, then the resulting attribute will contain: paved\smooth\rough.

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