[PD] Cannot filter list by content on time
padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk
Wed Apr 2 03:54:26 CEST 2008
An way that uses even less objects.
Doctor the list to copy the channel number at the head
then use [route]
On Tue, 1 Apr 2008 23:17:22 +0100
Douglas Rouxel <douglas_rouxel at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm very sorry, this has almost certainly been brought up more than
> once, and I'm very bad at this, I've been playing around with Pd for
> a while just for non-critical applications like making fun little
> noise machines and stuff, but I though I'd give a serious project a
> go, and I have - but it's not going well...I'm trying to filter some
> sysexdata, and I'm trying to keep my patch to only the standard
> modules, although if there is one which will do this straight up then
> I'll probably happily take it!
> So the input I'm getting in goes along the lines of: 240 2 0 0
> 0...247, I've managed to package up all the incoming stream of data
> from the Sysex in (on OS X) so that bit is fine - I'm trying to
> filter the information based on some of the content - specifically
> the third item in the list (and then later the 5th item, but the
> problem and process is the same.)
> In the example, each of the messages at the top represents some
> incoming data The message 240 2 0 0 0 247 should print to trk1 on the
> console, if you press the message twice, it does what it should,
> however if you press on 240 2 7 0 0 247 then it should output the
> same to the console under trk8 - but it doesn't first time out it
> prints it to trk1, then after that it goes to trk8.
> I'm sure this is a simple thing and I'm just doing this plain wrong,
> can someone perhaps give me a few pointers and let me know where I'm
> going wrong!
> Thanks in advance!
Use the source
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