The Intersection() function produces a concept set with the concepts that occur in each concept set from a collection of concept sets.

Syntax

Intersection(concept_sets)

Returns

A new concept set with the concepts that occur in each concept set.

Parameters

  • concept_sets a collection of concept sets.

Examples

Intersection([Pallet.Colors] of [Pallets])
/* Say that there are three pallets with the values:                   */
/* 1.) { 'Orange', 'Red' }                                             */
/* 2.) { 'Orange', 'Red', 'Blue' }                                     */
/* 3.) { 'Orange' }                                                    */
/* The result would be: { 'Orange' }                                   */

Intersection([Pallet.Colors] of [Pallets])
/* Say that there are two pallets with the values:                     */
/* 1.) { 'Yellow', 'Orange', 'Pink', 'Blue' }                          */
/* 2.) { 'Yellow', 'Green', 'Pink' }                                   */
/* The result would be: { 'Yellow', 'Pink' }                           */

Intersection([Pallet.Colors] of [Pallets])
/* Say that there are three pallets with the values:                   */
/* 1.) { 'Orange', 'Red' }                                             */
/* 2.) { 'Blue', 'Red' }                                               */
/* 3.) { 'Orange' }                                                    */
/* The result would be an empty concept set                            */

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