Sorry, this is an area that I just have trouble wrapping my head around.
I have a spiral and a circle. I want to intersect the two lines, shatter the spiral, and pick one of the resulting segments. I have no problems doing this when I have one circle and one spiral.
The problem is, I actually need an array of these (the circles are all of different sizes. There’s a “Curve Closest Point” component that’s supposed to be associated with a curve in Rhino).
For example, I tried this with a 3 * 3 array of circle/spiral combos. The intersection looks fine, it gives me 9 results. But instead of the expected 18 results after I shatter (inner and outer segment * 9), I get 162 results (inner and outer segment * 9 * 9).
In fact you can see that the operation is giving the correct answers, but instead of just giving the answer to the appropriate location, it gives it to all 9 locations:
Is this a tree thing? Where I’m getting a branch where I should be getting an item?
So… I tried flattening various things, I tried poking in a “shortest list” component, but I’m kind of floundering here and hope that someone can point out my dumb so I can be less dumb.
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