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looping sharepoint 2013 workflow

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I am using SharePoint 2013 on-premise. I have Workflow Manager 1.0 installed. SharePoint 2013 farm is updated to most recent version.

I have 2 list and their respective columns- [1] Sales - TransactionId (unique), ItemDetails [2] Details - TransactionId (multiple values), SKU, QTY, Description, UnitPrice.  

I would like to have a looping workflow to populate ItemDetails (html) in Sales list with all 4 values such as - Sku, Qty, Description, UnitPrice. The workflow will need to check these values from Details list.

I understand looping is allowed in SharePoint 2013 workflow and this is where I need help with building this logic
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Quick update to my own question:
I was able to resolve this using Looping workflow. The history list shows me multiple values. How do I combine all these values into single field (Item Details field in Sales list).
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Another quick update:
I was able to resolve the last issue of merging all these values into single field. I have the complete solution working now. Let me know if anyone has this issue and I will be more than happy to help
I am closing this issue now
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