I have a problem which I have searched the forum for and unfortunately I’ve been unsuccessful.
The closest solution I found was a python code to find pairs of X,Y. The code is a few years old now and I believe this doesn’t work in Dyn. 2,0.
The post in question can be found here,
My problem is that I need to find pairs in two separate lists of coordinates X,Y AND Z. For the output i need the following,
A-List the duplicates
B-List the unique items in the respective list.
The output would list the duplicates in nested list as a pair AND the unique items in separate list.
I have attempted to outline the process below and I’m wondering if this is possible using python?.
I have explored using the dictionary nodes but this hasn’t given me the solution. I’m still learning python and i feel this is required for the current task at hand. I cannot see if there are any packages for this or if it can be done with standard nodes?
I will follow up with a few images and a file if this provides more clarity.
I’m still pursing the solution so i will also post any progress that has been made.