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    Hi, I have a file of Customer Addresses, for example, and I want to mash it up all the address lines so that no single Customer can be identified by their real Address - can this be done?

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    Yes, it can be done. Is it a full address line such as "Address1", or is it broken up in to separate fields such as "House#","Street Name"?

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    The Address is broken up into Address 1, 2, 3, etc...

    6 elements including the Zipcode.

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    Try this graph.. I created a simple library node that will randomize one column at a time.

    If you need to ensure 100% Random data.. then you need to turn ON each node’s flag “ErrorIfNonRandom”
    Otherwise, you run a risk that some rows could stay with their original value.
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    Thanks Stony!!

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