I tried combining the two fields and using @Unique to eliminate duplicate values. However, because @Unique is case sensitive and the two sources often listed the same values in different case, this didn't work. Another problem that I encountered is that it's easy for me to make mistakes when writing loop functions in Formula language.
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The LotusScript equivalent for @Unique -- ArrayUnique -- can be case insensitive. I needed a formula that would do this for a computed field on a Lotus Notes form.
The function loops through the elements of one list, comparing them to the elements in the second, using the @Compare function, with the "CaseInsensitive" switch.
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