List of numbers: duplicat values? Been struggeling for 2 days now

Hi everyone! If someone can help me with this, I would be ever so grateful :slight_smile: Been struggeling for several days…

The question is as follows: How to return a list of numbers which accept duplicate values?

I use states as a basis for a graph:

State 1: count = 2
State 2: count = 3
State 3: count = 5
State 4: count = 5

Which returns a list of numbers as follows: 2,3,5

Is there a smart way to maniplulate bubble to return 2,3,5,5 ?

Best regards, Endre

Hey :wave: @endrefyl

Sorry you have spent a couple of days on this. That’s frustrating. :cry: Let me see if I can help.

When saving a list of numbers, Bubble doesn’t allow duplicates. So I’m thinking, one way to do this might look like this:

Save each number as a separate thing and have a list of things instead. Then you can have duplicate numbers in your graph.

Hope that helps! :blush:


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Thank you for your reply :slight_smile: I did a workaround through states, which first converts all the numbers to a string, then replaces it with numbers and comma 1,2,3,4… and at last converts it to a list of numbers trough regex.

Best regards, Endre


Glad that worked. :blush:

Hi @endrefyl,

Could you elaborate how you have done this exactly? I am looking for the same solution in order to simplify navigation through a one page app, but I am struggling to get it to work.

What I want to do, is save a list of scroll positions as the user navigates through my app, but that might lead to duplicate scroll positions which I need to save as duplicates…


Hi, sorry for my late reply! I added my numbers to an array, and then converted it to a string. The last thing i did was to extraxt it with regex, so that my result (list of numbers) could contain duplicate numbers.

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