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# o()

Here are how to use o() functions.

## A.o()

Description:

Convert a sequence to an ordinary one.

Syntax:

A.o()

Note:

The function converts sequence A, which can be an ordinary sequence or a pure sequence to an ordinary sequence. When the computation involves an ordinary sequence or when it is expected that the result of the computation is not a pure sequence, sequence A will be automatically converted to an ordinary sequence.

Parameter:

 A A sequence

Return value:

A sequence

Example:

 A 1 =["a","c","d","e","f"].i() Return a pure sequence 2 =A1.o() Convert A1’s pure sequence to an ordinary sequence 3 =[1,2].i() Return a pure sequence 4 =.o() Return a pure sequence 5 =A3&A4 Return an ordinary sequence [1,2,"3"]

## P.o()

Descripiton:

Convert a pure table sequence to an ordinary sequence.

Syntax:

P.o()

Note:

The function converts pure table sequence P to an ordinary sequence.

Parameter:

 P A pure table sequence

Return value:

Table sequence

Example:

 A 1 =demo.query("select EID,NAME,GENDER,DEPT,BIRTHDAY from employee") Return a table sequence where all fields are pure ones 2 =A1.i() Convert A1’s table sequence to a pure one 3 =A2.o() Convert A2’s pure table sequence to an ordinary table sequence