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Paul Mckay Post 1

1 Jan 2021, 11:05

FOLD Function

Hi Alan and Jo

My last post referred to the 'Fold' function as 'Flip' function.

Sorry for the confusion but it is the function that re-arranges the data points into a single variable star cycle.

Happy New Year

Paul


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Alan Cayless Post 2 (unread) in reply to 1

4 Jan 2021, 17:11

Hi Paul;

No problem - and thanks for clarifying.   From the clear description in your question, I figured that's what you meant !

Alan

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