o/p =4,6,2 because this are more than one occurrence
Hi @madhavarao cherukuri ,
What should be the output?
Hey @madhavarao cherukuri,
The approach I would take for this is to loop through each character of the string and use the 'Find' action within the String package. If the 'Find' action finds more than one instance of the character then add it to an output list. Also add a check for duplicates in the output before adding to the output.
There are definitely improves that can be made but this was my first thought.
Here is a short workflow I have developed that works:
Thanks @Ashwin A.K
Glad I could help!
I'd appreciate it if you marked my solution as "Best" so that others facing similar issues may benefit from it as well.
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