[PD] end of the vline~

João Pais jmmmpais at googlemail.com
Thu May 8 12:38:02 CEST 2008

You can follow all those complicated methods (which get more complicated  
if you're planning to use lists), because pd isn't max, and therefore some  
objects must behave differently in order for pd to be independent.

Or, if you don't really need the extra precision in the line, you can use  
Line~ from cyclone. there you have the bang in the end of the line, just  
like max.

> Hallo,
> Scott Fitzgerald hat gesagt: // Scott Fitzgerald wrote:
>> I feel this is a head-slappingly stupid question, but is there any way
>> to tell when vline~ has finished its run?
> It will end when it's done with doing what you told it to do. ;)
> You always know when a vline~ (or line~ or line) object ends, because at
> some point in the past you have started it with a certain desired
> duration. When that duration has passed, the line ends.
> E.g. you send a "10 1000" to vline, then that segement will end after
> 1000 msec. No need for an extra bang.
> If you still want that extra bang, just duplicate your delay time to a
> [delay] object as well, scheduled with a [trigger].
> Ciao

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