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Making Sets and Lists with KQL

Robert Cain is making a list and checking it twice:

In previous posts, I’ve mentioned using certain functions and operators to investigate conditions in your system. Naturally you’ll need to create lists of those items, based on certain conditions.

For example, you may want to get a list of the counters associated with an object. Or, you may want to get a list of computer where a certain condition is met.

In this article we’ll see how to get those lists using the Kusto make_set and make_list functions.

Read on to see how these two functions work, as well as their conditional brethren.

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