[PD] default value for an abstraction's creation argument
robbert van hulzen
robbert at nocount.org
Mon Jul 23 00:22:50 CEST 2007
thanks, i'll have a look at that. (atm it seems there's sth funny with the
paths--it creates, but the [test_dollarg] and [pp set] bits don't create.)
On 7/23/07 12:09 AM, "Thomas O Fredericks" <tof at danslchamp.org> wrote:
> The best object for this is dollarg from iemlib. Check it out, it is well
> worth it.
> On 7/22/07, robbert van hulzen < robbert at nocount.org
> <mailto:robbert at nocount.org> > wrote:
>> dear all,
>> i'm wondering how to get a default value for an abstraction argument that is
>> not specified. eg: my abstraction [equality] can take 3 arguments, but i
>> don't want to *have* to type the arguments, in which case the abs should use
>> a default value.
>> i came up with the following solution:
>> [moses 1]
>> | |
>> [t b] /
>> | /
>> | /
>> [f 440] <-- default value
>> i'm not sure how elegant this is, really.
>> any thoughts?
>> cheers, robbert
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