[PD] is $0 the same on every load?

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Jul 23 09:43:54 CEST 2008

Damian Stewart wrote:
> Atte André Jensen schreef:
>>> So for sssad: You can use keys like [sssad $0-somekey] but as soon as
>>> you save them to a file or message box, you will have something like
>>> 1026-somekey in your storage and you can only restore it if you're
>>> lucky because 1026 doesn't equal $0. 1026 even is a completely
>>> different concept than $0.
> hmm.. so what if i have for example a delay abstraction which a GOP gui, 
> and i want to have multiple instances of this abstraction? i suppose i'd 
> have to name each one individually, passing a name on initialisation?
> what if i have a delay abstraction inside a synth abstraction, and i 
> want two instances of the synth abstraction? then i have two instances 
> of the delay abstraction but no easy way to name them without messily 
> chaining up the name strings...

hmm, the subject suggests this is about $0, so i am not sure whether i 
fully understand your question (or what you are missing): just use 
that $0 is not 1026 shouldn't be a problem for you either.


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