I really appreciate you taking the time to help with this. Thank you so much!]]>

I'd like to loop through a list, adding each item to the next and return the index of every instance where the values are equal to or greater than 5.

Try this:

]]>## Applescript:

set myList to {2, 2, 2, 3, 2, 5}

set newList to {}

set total to 0

repeat with i from 1 to (length of myList)

set total to total + (item i of myList)

if total ≥ 5 then

copy i to end of newList

set total to 0

end if

end repeat

return newList --> {3, 5, 6}

I'd like to loop through a list, adding each item to the next and return the index of every instance where the values are equal to or greater than 5.

So for example, if I loop through {2, 2, 2, 3, 2, 5}, I'd like return a new list of {3,5,6}

2+2+2 ≥ 5

3+2 ≥ 5

5 ≥ 5

I can get this to work for one iteration but my problem is looping through the list again (without starting from the beginning). The script I have below returns 3 but then of course just keeps adding every number together so I'm kinda stuck and wondered if anybody could help

]]>## Applescript:

set myList to {2, 2, 2, 3, 2, 5}

set newList to {}

set total to 0

repeat with i from 1 to (length of myList)

set total to total + (item i of myList)

if total ≥ 5 then

copy i to end of newList

end if

end repeat

return newList --> returns {3, 4, 5, 6}