REVERSE

Description

Reverses the entries. So if applying on ascending ordered data, you would get a descending ordered data set.

REVERSE(Scalar<any>)

REVERSE(scalar: Scalar<any>): Scalar<any>

Reverse the order of the given Scalar<any>

Parameters

Returns

Returns the given scalar in reversed order with type Scalar<any>

REVERSE(Vector<any>)

REVERSE(vector: Vector<any>): Vector<any>

Reverse the order of the elements in the given Vector<any>

Parameters

Returns

Returns the given vector in reversed order with type Vector<any>


REVERSE(GroupedScalar<any, any>)

REVERSE(group: GroupedScalar<any,any>): GroupedScalar<any,any>

Reverse the order of the elements in the given GroupedScalar<any, any>

Parameters

Returns

Returns the given group in reversed order with type GroupedScalar<any, any>.


REVERSE(GroupedVector<any, any>)

REVERSE(group: GroupedVector<any,any>): GroupedVector<any,any>

Reverse the order of the elements in the given GroupedVector<any, any>

Parameters

Returns

Returns the given group in reversed order with type GroupedVector<any, any>.

Examples

Reverse the elements in the GridPowerConsumption Vector.

REVERSE($GridPowerConsumption)

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