13 5 15 6 17 7 ... …
But it seems I have not been clear:
the input values (3,5,7,9,11,13) should be presented in the way of "number slider" parameter. So by increasing the value of the slider from minimum 3, to 5, 7, 9, 13, 15, 17... I should get an output numbers of 0,1,3,4,5,6,7...
So I if choose value 3 on the input "number slider", on the other end, I want 0 as an output.
Or if I choose value 5 on the input "number slider", I want 1 as an output, and so on.
Is this possible?…
ave 63 branches in list B which shell be sorted by the indices from flattened list A. first indice is 3 so Branch 3 should be first in the new list, branch 45 second and so on, right?…
e) i.e. the points on the 5th curve of the 3rd surface where in branch {3;5}.
Your surfaces tree was like {0;# of surface} i.e. your 3rd surface was in branch {0;3}.
So you asked your Closest Point on Surface component to match your {3;5} points tree branch to your {0;3} surfaces tree branch... components are smart but not that smart.
So you need to have a surfaces tree structure corresponding to your points tree structure, i.e. for each {3;x} branch of your points tree, you need a {3;x} branch in your surfaces tree with your 3rd surface in it. Hence the duplicate.
I hope this clears it up a bit.…