How to ignore warnings in Dynamo?

How to ignore warnings in Dynamo?
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By eliminating the cause.

For example, if any of your inputs has nulls, ensure you get rid of them before feeding them to the node.

Also for a less vague response please provide a sample file with the warning you’re trying to avoid.

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Don’t.

Suppression of warnings may sound like a good thing, but as often as not it will prevent a meaningful review of the results, leading to less consistent results.

Clean your code, reduce your data sets, check your progression, and thereby eliminate the issue.

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Very occasionally I will use the below trick to supress null results for basic functions. See it a little bit like a try/except in Python. This can be handy when you’d rather run a function that has some errors and filter them out using an IsNull node after rather than anticipating the conditions that may cause an error.

It has been a game changer for some of my scripts which I can run far more directly.

Remember, with great power, comes great responsibility. Use wisely.

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