[PD] value object

thewade pdman at aproximation.org
Sun May 21 07:32:24 CEST 2006

Quoting Mathieu Bouchard <matju at artengine.ca>:

> On Sat, 20 May 2006, thewade wrote:
>> Perhaps it's value is that it is easier to use then using a
>> [s val]
>> [0]  [r val]
>> |   /
>> [f ]
>> And it is like a send/recieve all wrapped into one, but I never have 
>> used it.
> excuse me, what's the [0], how is it used here, and how does it help
> emulate the behaviour of [value] ?

Sorry, that is the bang gui object, the circle in the square. [value] 
object seems to be a lot like a [float] tied into a [send] or 
[recieve]. If you merged [float], [send] and [recieve] you would have 
[value] is what I was trying to say.

I didn't know that about [line]. Thanks for the info! I always thought 
[line] was just [line~] except at the control rate. I learn somethin' 
new every day.


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