[PD] netreceive netsend

Pall Thayer palli at pallit.lhi.is
Wed Dec 3 21:21:55 CET 2003

As far as I remember, netsend doesn't take any arguments. The netreceive
argument is the port number. So if you have a [netreceive 6000] in one
patch, the corresponding netsend would be just [netsend] with a connected
message box like this [connect localhost 6000] (that is, of course, if the
other patch is running on the same machine. Otherwise localhost will be the
IP of the machine).


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Adrian deCleir" <0031259 at student.ul.ie>
To: <PD-list at iem.at>
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2003 8:08 PM
Subject: [PD] netreceive netsend

> Is it possible to have more than jsut [netsend] and [netsend 1]
> When I try using a third netsend, ie [netsend 2] , [netreceive 2] only
> up what was sent on [netsend 1], also [netreceive 1] doesnt receive
> anymore because of that, I'd like to be able to have loads of netsends all
> in the one patch, and then their equivelant netreceives in the other patch
> any help appreciated
> I cant figure out whats wrong,
> ps all Im doin is sending numbers at the mo
> cheers
> adrain
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