[PD] Max's [!/] as a Pd abstraction

Jamie Bullock jamie at postlude.co.uk
Sun Jan 13 18:17:00 CET 2008

Hi folks,

This is ultra-simple, but I find it so useful that I thought I'd make it
available. Basically it's an abstraction that provides functionality
equivalent to Max's [!/], [!-] etc. With these objects the inlets are in
the opposite order to the operands. The pd abstraction is essentially
syntactic sugar, so instead of doing:

[t b a]
|    /
|1( /
|  / 
[- ]

You can just do:

[! - 1]

Probably someone has already done this and made it available, but here
it is anyhow:




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