[PD] still a newbie after all these years

Nicola Bernardini nicb at centrotemporeale.it
Sun May 20 10:49:49 CEST 2001

Il 20/05/01 alle 08:16, Iain Mott scrisse:

> 1. Besides numbers (floats) an object might accept lists, which can be any
> combination of numbers and/or 'symbols' (eg. 'bang' or 'set' etc). There are
> in addition of course, signal only inlets.
> 2. for abstractions (a subpatch saved as a file) reference it by typing its
> name into an object without the '.pd' suffix or with the preceding 'pd'
> identifier. Ie. your example should simply be "file" rather than "pd
> file.pd". A 'one-off' subpatch (saved in its parent rather than to file) is
> created when you type "pd name" into an object - when this is done, a new
> window pops up in which you can add the contents of the patch.
> see: http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/Pd_documentation/index.htm for examples and
> more detail.

Thanks Iain, very kind of you. 2, I should have known: same as in Max.

a very ashamed nicb

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