[PD] convert symbol to int

Roman Haefeli reduzierer at yahoo.de
Sun Jun 12 13:55:39 CEST 2005


you can use a really bad hack, if you don't want to use any externals.
just put a [netsend]/[netreceive]-pair between (see attachment). it
seems, that this takes the 'headers' of the list elements away and
converts msgs to what you would see, when you print them.
but be aware that you cannot do this when triggering [symbol 234], since
you will loose control over the execution order. (it's just a very bad


federico wrote:

> B. Bogart ha scritto:
> > Maybe [set float $1 < ?
> >
> > I dunno..
> nope.
> with set float $1 any symbol is converted to zero.
> do i really need an atoi() (or stoi()) external?
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