mdanks at Stormfront.com
Mon Oct 11 17:46:32 CEST 1999
Actually, there is a way if you have GEM.
There is an object called strcat which was made to do exactly this
(although the implementation is a little strange...)
Make an object "strcat foobar" Then, every message which is passed
into the inlet will be appended to the foobar string. So for instance,
if you had a message box with "symbol dog", it would output foobardog.
Be aware that numbers are floating point and they end up being
_really_ long numbers (with lots of zeros). This is because they used
to be ints and the code never changed.
= mdanks at stormfront.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Miller Puckette [mailto:mpuckett at man104-1.UCSD.EDU]
> Sent: Sunday, October 10, 1999 1:47 PM
> To: Iain.Mott at cmis.CSIRO.AU; pd-list at iem.mhsg.ac.at
> Subject: Re: conjugal symbols
> Sorry, I don't think there's any way, short of writing a new
> object to do this. When I get argument concatenation to work,
> you'll be able to say "makefilename $1%s".
> > i'm stuck trying to join two symbols together eg. "23" + "phrase1" =
> > "23phrase1".
> >-- End of excerpt from Iain.Mott at cmis.CSIRO.AU
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