[PD] Problem with Textfile and line with float
pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
Wed Jun 30 00:49:44 CEST 2010
humm.. I see what you mean now. It gives a error with the float argument
when it arrives at the objects after the textfile. I'm trying to figure out
the reason for that.
On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 11:42 PM, Pedro Lopes <pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt>wrote:
> I did that, but what are you expecting your patch to do?
> Should it send each object read from text file separately?
> 'Cause here (with the patch I explain in my previous reply) the textfile
> reads your file and outputs all the values to a [print list] so then its
> just a matter of manipulating that into what you want.
> I used your file for the tests. I can try to look and guess what do you
> intend, but its probably less ambiguous if you explain the purpose. :)
> Best of luck,
> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 11:36 PM, matohawk <matohawk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Pedro,
>> Sorry I think I'm not very with explanation.
>> I know how textfile works it's not my problem
>> Have a look of this patch and textfile, it's better to understand the
>> Download the twho files, open the patch and click on bang
>> Pedro Lopes a écrit :
>>> I'm not following the "concept" behind your code.
>>> Notice that you can connect a message box "print" and send that command
>>> to textfile. And it reads your file to the pd shell correctly.
>>> [read your-file.txt]
>>> | [print( <-- this is a message
>>> | /
>>> | [bang] <-- hit this to read,.
>>> | /
>>> [print list]
>>> And it works. Take a look at the help file, it shows hot to use it. I
>>> hope I'm understanding your issue, if not, hopefully someone does :)
>>> Best of luck,
>>> p.s: remember to use the "rewind" message to textfile, because otherwise
>>> it doesn't read the line again! Because it moves forward with the seek file
>>> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 10:37 PM, thomas thiery <matohawk at gmail.com<mailto:
>>> matohawk at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> Hi pd-list,
>>> test this patch, I saw a curious problem. I need to read line with
>>> "float" at the begining of a line and textfile can't do this.
>>> It's a pity
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