EXAMPLE (template) - displaying a one dimensional table


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Problem: You need to display a table of temperatures.

Sample data (temperatures): 67.4, 69.5, 72.5, 67.8, 65.0

We will use a function node to create the table like this:
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And display the table using the template node. Here is what we use in the template node:
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Notice that the TR element has a ng-repeat option that is the key to displaying all rows of the table.

Here is what the display will look like:
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the following is the flow that is used in this example:
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