The Recursive Loop node pair enables the passing of a data table from the Recursive Loop End back to the Recursive Loop Start.
The Loop Start requires an initialized table. This table is output by the Recursive Loop Start in the first iteration of the loop.
The table received by the corresponding Recursive Loop End is passed back to the Recursive Loop Start node. Starting with the second iteration, the Recursive Loop Start node outputs the data as received by the Recursive Loop End.
The loop runs until one of the three stopping criteria is met:
The data passed to port 0 is collected and passed to the output port. The data in ports 1 and 2 is returned to the Recursive Loop Start Node.
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