[PD] Some new [list]-abs: functional list processing

marius schebella marius.schebella at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 15:42:24 CEST 2007

jesus, this was always in front of my nose!

Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Hallo,
> marius schebella hat gesagt: // marius schebella wrote:
>> very nice abstractions. I recntly also started using the new features of 
>> lists. what I miss is a split -1 (a split with negative values, which 
>> would split by counting from the right side).
> This is part of the [list]-abs collection under the name
> [list-splat]. It works exactly like [list split], but also allows
> negative indices for splitting off at the tail.
> [list]-abs currently contains about 50 list processing objects, so you
> may want to take a look before starting to patch your own versions.
>> I have some other ideas, like speedlim, which works different than the 
>> speedlim of thomas musil, it should receive input at any time, and spit 
>> it out in the same order, but timed like a metro.
> Maybe this is [list-fifo] from [list]-abs?
>> maybe you know, is there still a restriciton in the number of elements a 
>> list can carry?
> Just try it: With [tabdump] you can easily create very large lists.
> list-map.pd contains an example that uses rather small 64-element
> lists, which work fine and reasonably fast.
> Ciao

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