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Array Nodes (G Dataflow)

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    Returns the maximum and minimum values found in an array, along with the indexes for each value.
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    Returns the number of elements in each dimension of an array.
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    Returns a portion of an array starting at a specified index and containing a specified number of elements.
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    Concatenates multiple arrays or appends elements to an n-dimensional array.
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    Divides the elements of an array into multiple output arrays, placing elements into the outputs successively.
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    Deletes a specified element or subarray of an array.
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    Returns the value stored in an array at a specified index.
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    Creates an n-dimensional array in which every element equals a specified value.
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    Inserts an element or subarray into an array at the index you specify.
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    Interleaves corresponding elements from the input arrays into a single output array.
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    Calculates a decimal y-value from an array of numbers or points at a specified fractional index or x-value using linear interpolation.
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    Replaces an element or subarray in an array at the index you specify.
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    Changes the dimensions of an array according to a specified dimension size.
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    Reverses the order of the elements in an array.
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    Rotates the elements of an array a specified number of places and direction.
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    Searches for an element in a 1D array starting at a specified index.
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    Returns a sorted version of an array with the elements arranged in ascending order.
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    Divides an array at a specified index and returns the two portions.
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    Interpolates points in a 1D array that represents a 2D non-descending graph.
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    Rearranges the elements of a 2D array such that the array [i,j] becomes a transposed array [j,i].

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