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->MVSTRING


gts encoder multivariate
Since v2.1.0
Available on all platforms
See also

The ->MVSTRING function generates a STRING representation of an ENCODER in the format expected by the /update endpoint for multi values.

When encountering a binary element, the function attempts to interpret it as a wrapped encoder, if that fails then it will output the element as a binary (b64:...) value.

Signature

Examples

NEWENCODER 0 NaN NaN NaN 'W' ADDVALUE 0 NaN NaN NaN 'a' ADDVALUE 0 NaN NaN NaN 'r' ADDVALUE 0 NaN NaN NaN 'p' ADDVALUE 0 NaN NaN NaN ' ' ADDVALUE 0 NaN NaN NaN '1' ADDVALUE 0 NaN NaN NaN '0' ADDVALUE WRAP ->MVSTRING
'T0Js.KRs.L3s.M7s.M.s.H.s.I3s.I.L2V.' ->MVSTRING
"0// tst{} [ 'W' 'a' 'r' 'p' '%20' [ '1' '0' ] ]" PARSE VALUES 0 GET 0 GET 'ISO-8859-1' ->BYTES ->MVSTRING