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Blueprint TMap "Find key"?

Do TMaps have a low-level/fast way of finding any key with a certain value, in C++, that can be exposed to Blueprint? I mean, literally just any key in the map (the first one it finds in memory) that has a certain value.

Not really knowing anything about low-level code, it just feels like there should be a quicker way to do this than creating an array from the keys & iterating over it?

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And if that really is the best way - please consider this a request for a C++ version of the above, as an official node? Like:

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(where the bottom output is false if no key was found with that value)

Product Version: UE 4.19
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asked Apr 24 '18 at 09:55 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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