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Returns the minimum length value of the input.   If
no values found besides unknown it will just return 999999

Inputs:
  - dictionary or list of string values
Outputs:
  - the single minimum value

        def get_min_length(values):
    """ Returns the minimum length value of the input.   If
        no values found besides unknown it will just return 999999

        Inputs:
          - dictionary or list of string values
        Outputs:
          - the single minimum value
    """
    min_length = 999999

    for value in values:
        if not typer.is_unknown(value):
            if len(value) < min_length:
                min_length = len(value)

    return min_length
        


src/d/a/datagristle-0.56/gristle/field_determinator.py   datagristle(Download)
                self.field_case[f_no]  = miscer.get_case(self.field_types[f_no],
                                                         self.field_freqs[f_no])
                self.field_min_length[f_no]  = miscer.get_min_length(self.field_freqs[f_no])
                self.field_max_length[f_no]  = miscer.get_max_length(self.field_freqs[f_no])
                self.field_mean_length[f_no] = mather.get_mean_length(self.field_freqs[f_no])

src/d/a/DataGristle-HEAD/gristle/field_determinator.py   DataGristle(Download)
                self.field_case[f_no]  = miscer.get_case(self.field_types[f_no],
                                                         self.field_freqs[f_no])
                self.field_min_length[f_no]  = miscer.get_min_length(self.field_freqs[f_no])
                self.field_max_length[f_no]  = miscer.get_max_length(self.field_freqs[f_no])
                self.field_mean_length[f_no] = mather.get_mean_length(self.field_freqs[f_no])