Selection of data into a table


I'm trying to enter data in a table by using an instruction box to select the values of interest.

The problem is this, I am under a for loop and every time that it runs, it reads a specific value in the table (table 1), using the for loop index as the index for table 1. So I check whether this specific value = preset value

If Yes: the case statement writes the index in a table (table 2).

If it is not: the case statement writes a constant - I would like to not have to do, but unfortunately the case loop must have all the input terminals connected.

I would like the main table consist only of interest and no default values / values constant.

Any ideas?

You're abusing table to build.  Wire you a table in a table entry and other values or the other.  See the example I have attached.

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