[PD] dynamic array names
badmuthahubbard at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 23:10:04 CET 2005
I thought the point was that you could use this in numerous places and each
one would be unique... so how could $0 alone refer to a specific one?
> Pall Thayer hat gesagt: // Pall Thayer wrote:
> > OK, I've figured out that I can use something like [table $0-a 259]
> > to create a dynamically named array/table. But how do I retrieve that
> > name for use elsewhere?
> [symbol $0-a] ?
> Or do you mean in another patch, where you don't know the content of
> $0? You can send $0 to that patch, it's just a number. Or directly
> send "$0-a".
> You can also pass "$0-a" as an abstraction argument. Assuming you
> have an abstraction, which wants to [tabread] your table. Then just
> create a [tabread $1] object and call that abstraction with "$0-a" as
> argument. If you want to pass lots of names like this, it's better to
> only pass "$0" and construct the names inside:
> [tabread $1-freq]
> [tabread $1-vol]
> [tabread $1-pan]
> Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org_ __goto10.org__
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