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Equivalent of BP Shuffle Array for C++ TArrays ?

Hi guys,
can't figure out how to shuffle a TArray, there's no documented function I'm able to find.
My TArray is like this:

 TArray<MatrixCell *> somelist;

MatrixCell is a struct defined as:

 struct MatrixCell { int32 a; int32 b; int32 c; int32 d; };

What I would do with standard library is:

 std::vector<MatrixCell *> somelist;
 std::shuffle(somelist.begin(), somelist.end(), rng_seed);

Hope someone can help!

Product Version: UE 4.10
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asked Mar 03 '16 at 04:31 PM in C++ Programming

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