[PD] is there a [route] with changeable compare arguments?

Rich E reakinator at gmail.com
Sun Jan 4 17:02:48 CET 2009


You always have such clean approach :)  I should look through your
list-abs collection closer as I always end up using a much more
awkward solution.

Still, I don't see why [route] should not have a 'set' message like
many of the other built-in objects, at least for its first argument.


On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 12:31 AM, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
> Hallo,
> Rich E hat gesagt: // Rich E wrote:
>> Just wondering if anyone wrote this as an external, as I don't see why
>> someone would not have.  I keep wanting a [route] that has a sort of
>> "set" message where you can change the symbol/value that it looks for
>> to match against.  I found Martin Peach's [nroute] in svn, which does
>> exactly this but does not remove the item from the list.  For now I am
>> using this and then using [list split] to remove the item, but I
>> imagine someone has found a more elegant solution.  I definitely have
>> not using combinations of [select], [unpack], and [spigot].
> Maybe [sroute], currently in the list-abs collection, is what you want?
> It uses [select] internally to mimick a [route]
> Ciao
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> Frank
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