[PD] Working with lists

brandt at subnet.at brandt at subnet.at
Thu Feb 18 18:19:45 CET 2010


you could make a little walk through the extenal list-abs by frank
barknecht, which is pd-vanilla and shiped with pd-extended. there you
should have a solution for your wish.

you could cache the list for example see attached patch

all the best

> Hello all,
> I'm trying to figure out the best way to deal with lists in Pd but some
> things are still not clear.
> I have a table that changes its content "on the fly", e.g. taking input
> from
> somewhere else and I'm using a select at a determined point to dump the
> table as a list of values using the [tabdump] object. Then I would like to
> interfere in some values in this list, either randomly or at a given
> position, but the fact is that since this list is a bit big (30+ values)
> it
> doesn't seem the best way to unpack it (my object would be gigantic, I
> think) and deal with the single values. Is there a way to change a
> specific
> value in a list without unpacking it in the first place?
> Many thanks!
> --
> Pedro Oliveira
> www.partidoalto.net
> soundcloud.com/iburiedpaul
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