[PD] higher math

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 8 19:24:11 CEST 2009

I made a bug report about this back in February:

But I didn't address that [exp~] is missing a right inlet (or that 
the help file is wrong).  So I just added that as a comment for this 


--- On Tue, 9/8/09, Hans Roels <hans.roels at base.be> wrote:

> From: Hans Roels <hans.roels at base.be>
> Subject: [PD] higher math
> To: pd-list at iem.at
> Date: Tuesday, September 8, 2009, 11:29 AM
> Hello,
> I noticed some strange behaviour of some higher math
> objects in Pd vanilla (0.42-4):
> 'log~' has a right inlet and according to the help file a
> 'optional creation argument initializes right inlet (the
> base of the logarithm)' but this doesn't work. If I create a
> 'log~ 10' object it still computes the logarithm base e;
> after I send a number 10 to its right inlet, it does. The
> same for 'pow~', the initialisation argument doesn't work.
> the 'exp~' help file talks about a right inlet but there is
> no right inlet (I guess this is a wrong help file...).
> The non-audio object 'log' doesn't have a right inlet, so
> changing the base is impossible?
> hans r
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