[PD] OSC in pd canonical (was Re: Re: pure == slow, impure == fast ? was purepd)
fbar at footils.org
Tue Nov 22 09:44:03 CET 2005
Mathieu Bouchard hat gesagt: // Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Nov 2005, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> > No. What is missing in Pd is a "hash" or "map" object, which allows fast
> > lookup of data by keyword. Actually also a proper "vector" is missing,
> > where one can store and retrieve lists by index number without having to
> > traverse the whole vector sequentially.
> What should their feature-sets be? Because i don't know what "proper"
> means here. Already existing vector-like things in Pd would be
> arrays-of-floats, arrays-of-structs, and lists-of-atoms.
I miss arrays of lists with arbitrary length, or do I just miss them?
Data struct arrays come close but the stored data is not of arbitrary
length or format, but has to be another struct that was previously
defined. DS-arrays of DS-arrays may do the trick, but they are might
tricky to handle. I just want something like a fast lookup of lines in
something like "[textfile]" by number.
> What would the "hash" or "map" object would do that [pool] doesn't ?
> What about Georg Holzmann's PdContainer ?
I'm talking about Pd internals here.
Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org_ __goto10.org__
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