[PD] difference send and using msg with ";"
reduzierer at yahoo.de
Thu Aug 16 19:01:33 CEST 2007
i don't know if there is a technical difference in efficiency, but there
is a difference in use. at least before 0.40, using [; $1 $2( was the
only way to achieve a settable send.
there is also a cosmetic aspect: if you want to collect some initial
values together at some place, it is much nicer to have only one message
box, where all values can be stored instead of having a
construction for each value.
|value 34 |
|somevalue 127 |
|othervalue 57 |
looks much nicer and is easier to edit, isn't it?
On Thu, 2007-08-16 at 12:36 -0400, marius schebella wrote:
> when I look through miller's tutorial patches, I often find ";-messages"
> instead of a send object like:
> [;detune $1(
> [s detune]
> I wonder why, is there a significant difference? is one more efficient
> then the other (if yes, I always thought send is more efficient..?).
> this is not urgent, I can sleep without an answer! just curious.
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