[PD] phase-canceling

Charles Henry czhenry at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 01:08:22 CET 2009

Simply put, all variables are global.  In objects (not messages), use
$0 as part of the variable name to give it an unique identifier.
Within your patch, anywhere you use $0, it is the same number.

$0 generated when the patch is created and is different for every
instance of a patch.  There's lots of good stuff in the archives on
this subject and I think "locality" tutorials.


On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 5:40 PM, mbutubuntu <mbutubuntu at yahoo.it> wrote:
> Hello Pd Folks!!!
> I need a little help....
> in general the object [s foo] sends values or messages to a global
> variable named "foo"... is there in Pd a way to make the variable "foo"
> private ??? (working only in a subpatch)...
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