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I'm using blender-2.81a with the animation nodes add-on (V2.1.6) .

The animation nodes documentation says that in order to change loop values while iterating I need to use the Reassignment Operator node but I can't seem to find it anywhere ....

https://animation-nodes-manual.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user_guide/subprograms/loop.html#reassignment-operators

can someone please point me in the right direction ?

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This is not a node you can directly invoke with the SHIFT + A submenu. Here is how to do it :

  • Create your loop and click it to select it
  • Assign a parameter
  • Go to the right-side panel (shortcut N, or click on the arrow on the right side of the animation nodes node tree)
  • Go to the "Node" subpanel
  • Click on the "Reassign" button next to the parameter socket
  • Click in the node tree window where you want to place the "reassign" node

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If you want to have the "Condition" boolean operator in the node, you should :

  • Select the "Reassign" node
  • Go to the "Item" subpanel on the right
  • Turn on the computer screen icon next to the "Condition" input socket.

This works for all the animation nodes which may have hidden input/output sockets

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    $\begingroup$ Thank you so much !!!!! $\endgroup$ – Johnny Doey Feb 14 at 12:55
  • $\begingroup$ I recommend following some videos by Zach Hixson and Chris Prenninger and his lovely german accent on Youtube if you want to kick-start your use of AN ! $\endgroup$ – Gorgious Feb 14 at 12:58
  • $\begingroup$ Already stumbled across Chris Prenninger & he has some very good stuff . will be sure to keep tuned & check out Zach Hixsons tuts in the process as well (a brief runthrough looks very promising) . can't thank you enough for the help ... $\endgroup$ – Johnny Doey Feb 14 at 13:24

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