5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 22, 2012 4:53 AM by Robert Svebeck

# List of duplicates

Hello

I the following list  of data:

F1 F2
101 A
101 C
102 A
103 A
104 A
201 B
202 B
203 B
204 B
301 C
302 C
303 C
304 C

As you can see; where F1=101 F2 exits twice :  for F2=A and F2=C

My question is: How can I produce this list:

F2
A
C

For some reason (this seems to be a simple task) but I can just not get it to work ....

I do not want a list like this (already have it...):

F1 F2 COUNT(TOTAL <F1>  F1)
101 A 2
102 A 1
103 A 1
104 A 1
201 B 1
202 B 1
203 B 1
204 B 1
101 C 2
301 C 1
302 C 1
303 C 1
304 C 1

-> I just want a list of values on F2 where my count is greater than 1.

//Robert

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Is this what you need?

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Hi and thanks for your solution.

Actually, my example data was (as it turned out) not complex enough. I will make a new post with a new question because your solution was not compatible to my "real" data. But your solution did solve this example so therefore the "correct answer". Regards, Robert

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An this does it in the script:

tab1:

LOAD * INLINE [

F1, F2

101, A

101, C

102, A

103, A

104, A

201, B

202, B

203, B

204, B

301, C

302, C

303, C

304, C

];

map:

F1, count(F1)

RESIDENT tab1

GROUP BY F1;

tab2:

F2

RESIDENT tab1

WHERE ApplyMap( 'map', F1, 0 )=2;

Olof Laurin, Senior Consultant at Tacticus AB, http://www.tacticus.se

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just a small change on your last line:

WHERE ApplyMap('map', F1, 0) > 1;

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Thanks Olof for lookinginto this. I was looking for a solution with expressions but I will use this method if there are no expressions that solves my "real example" or if the expression solution will be to slow for the end user. Regards, Robert