Generates for each row of a given input table a bit vector. The bit vectors are either generated from multiple numerical or string columns, a string column containing the bit positions to set, hexadecimal or binary strings or a collection column. In order to adjust the node settings please select first the source column object e.g. if the bit vector should be created from multiple string/numerical columns or from a single string/collection column. Depending on the selected option the corresponding dialog elements are enabled.
^foo.*" matches anything that starts with "foo". The '^'-character stands for the beginning of the word, the dot matches any (one) character, and the asterisk allows any number (including zero) of the previous character.
[0-9]*" matches any string of digits (including the empty string). The
]define a set of characters (they could be added individually like
, or by range). This set matches any (one) character included in the set.
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