Dynamc limit in table

Hi!

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You need to put some balls in some holes.
You can change the capacity of holes, but the number of balls can’t exceed the limit.

For example, if you set a limit to 9 on Hole 1, I would like the number of balls in the table to be 9 maximum, (8 and 1 in this case) and then send 2, 5 and 8 to the 2nd Hole if it doesn’t exceed the limit set for Hole 2, otherwise send them to Hole 3.

How would you set up this ?

Thanks

Doable … but boy … I would have to put my thinking hat on :wink:

Yeah… this is not so easy… and we still have some logic issues…

@jordiboy88001 how are you planning to choose the balls that are going to stay? Because if you set the limit of Hole 1 to 8, you can keep the 8 ball or the balls 1, 2 and 5…

And if you kept the 8 ball. you will keep the first or the second one? Because you have two 8 balls in Hole 1…

I’m probably missing something but it seems like a simple waterfall loop would achieve your objective:

  • sort holes by priority
  • Loop thru all balls count
  • for each ball count and associate it with first hole that has remaining capacity that >= balls count.
    • remaining capacity = capacity - sum (ball count in hole)