[PD] PD for Linux - Select Problems
czaja at chopin.edu.pl
Mon Sep 2 15:48:09 CEST 2002
that is quite interesting:) Is select the only object which
behaves so weird? Does putting just '2' -> [select 1 2 3] ->
[print] in a patch cause 'nan' to be sent into a terminal window?
Cannot see any flaws in select, other than not handling mixed
types (bashing all mistyped arguments to the first one's type).
Certainly it should not corrupt floats...
> Select works fine with one parameter (select 1)
> However, it does not work with multiple params (select 1 2 3).
> Specifically, it will send out bang to first outlet (on the
> bottom left)
> if the input matches the first condition (for example 1), for all other
> inputs I get the following output in the right bottom outlet - 'nan'
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