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I have a table with some secondary indices. I want to iterate through the rows whose values are act >= 1 and discard the rest.

So:

table holders(_self, _self.value);
auto index_by_act = holders.get_index<"byact"_n>();

for (auto i = index_by_act.lower_bound(1); i != index_by_act.end(); i++)

This still iterates over the rows with 0 value. If I get the same command with cleos:

cleos get table --index 3 --key-type i64 -L 1 contract contract table

I get the right list (no rows with act > 0). So I must be doing something wrong and I don't understand what exactly.

Can someone help me?

Thank you very much!

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Ok I found the problem, I'll put it here so the next guy won't do the same.

I was zeroing the act value inside the loop, so somehow the iterator kept hitting the same row with a value < 0. The solution was to change to a while loop and instead of incrementing i, get a new lower bound (it will move the iterator forward anyway).

Not sure if this is very cpu-expensive, but it definitely does the trick.

Edit Here's how I made it work:

table holders(_self, _self.value);
auto index_by_act = holders.get_index<"byact"_n>();
auto i = index_by_act.lower_bound(0);

while (i != index_by_act.end())
{
// some logic here
i = index_by_act.lower_bound(1);
}
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    Can you share a code example for future users who find this question? – Phillip Hamnett - EOS42 Feb 4 '19 at 8:23
  • Hi! Sure (I was writing on my phone and that's why I didn't add some code). Will edit the comment – José Pedro Sousa Feb 5 '19 at 9:18

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