zmoelnig at iem.mhsg.ac.at
Tue Aug 15 22:51:35 CEST 2000
do not use the "array" function; use "table <my_array_name>" instead;
this will create an object that looks like an abstraction and contains a
single named array;
then everything becomes easy ::
into your patch called "loopplayer" insert a "table $1" instead of your
then invoke "loopplayer groovy" and "loopplayer cool" and so on, and you
will get distinct arrays called "groovy", "cool" and "so on".
you can reference to the first argument of an abstraction via the "$1";
so inside your patch you might want to use "tabwrite4~ $1",...
> i'm having trouble with creating/using a template containing an array.
> problems arise when i want to use 2 or more instances of the template in the
> same patch: the same array is created twice. I tried to solve the problem by
> renaming the array by passing the new name as a parameter (name of template
> new name array, e.g. loopplayer a1 and then loadbang -> rename array blabla
> a1). this only works once. when i reopen the patch, pd crashes. i haven't
> checked (i'm sorry, i should have, but i'm in windows now and i run pd under
> linux), but i think the array in the template itself gets renamed as well.
> just a guess.
> any suggestions?
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