[PD] Noop message.
badmuthahubbard at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 02:21:36 CET 2007
Then I'd have to have some idea what the format of the messages will
be, and what will be receiving them.
If you want certain fields to be optional, perhaps the lines in your
text file could use indices; then you could use [list split] to break
each line into lists of 2 items, and send these to [; $1-receive $2(.
Then if you want no message sent to 4-receive, you don't put "4" in an
How objects respond to messages depends on the individual objects, and
I doubt anyone will volunteer to recode all of them to ignore a
On 2/17/07, David F. Place <d at vidplace.com> wrote:
> Nope. That's not what I want. I want the subgraph in question not
> to be perturbed at all. Sending a bang to a [float] object and then
> having it forward a message of its current value is a different
> effect. I want no message to be sent.
> On Feb 17, 2007, at 5:21 PM, Chuckk Hubbard wrote:
> > You could use "bang" for the empty message and have all fields
> > filtered through [float] or [symbol] or [list] or whatever. Then if
> > they receive "bang" they just output their existing value.
> > -Chuckk
> > On 2/17/07, David F. Place <d at vidplace.com> wrote:
> >> Maestri:
> >> I would like a special message (let's call it "noop") which when sent
> >> does nothing. (That is to say, sending it would be like not sending
> >> it.) This would be useful in automation. For instance, I may have
> >> a program which generates a bunch of events which I will trigger
> >> using [textfile]. Some of the fields will not be updated in a given
> >> event. In that case, it would like to be able to write "noop" in
> >> that field.
> >> Surely such a thing exists and I haven't found it yet. Feel free to
> >> berate me if it is right under my nose.
> >> Cheers, David
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