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splitByValue

Description: splitByValue() is the counterpart to removeContexts(): Instead of deleting a context, you can insert a context change in the source value queue.

You can insert a context change in the queue after each value or after each change to the value, or after each tag without a value.

splitByValue can be achieved in following three ways:

1. EACH VALUE

 

Fig.12 

Figure depicts the splitByValue(Each Value) functionality. 

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Figure depicts the splitByValue (Each Value) mapping result. 

2. VALUE CHANGE

 

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Figure depicts the splitByValue (Value Change) functionality.

 

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Figure depicts the splitByValue (Value Change) mapping result. 

3. EMPTY VALUE 

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Figure depicts the splitByValue (Empty Value) functionality. 

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Figure depicts the splitByValue (Empty Value) mapping result.

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