[PD] detect character in a symbol?
jack at rybn.org
Tue Aug 10 15:00:44 CEST 2010
Don't know if it is what you are looking for.
Le mardi 10 août 2010 à 11:07 +0100, João Pais a écrit :
> I've looked into this. I see two problems:
> - this would be for the "famous" patch that I'm sending around. Since it's
> for non-pd users, I should limit myself to pd-ext objects - or I would
> have to ship gridflow with it, which might not be legal (don't know), but
> anyway isn't practical.
> - I couldn't understand how to go from x/y (x and y being any natural
> numbers) to any other string format that I could use with [sel]. as I
> understood, string replace doesn't take spaces or expressions like "a " as
> parameter. In the cases I'm thinking of, the character to be detected is
> always in the middle. For now I'm using charaters / and :, like 7/8 or
> > On Sat, 7 Aug 2010, João Pais wrote:
> >> a quick question: I wanted to detect a character in a symbol, in order
> >> to route that symbol in a different way. Afaik, there is no object that
> >> does that, so the only way would be to decompose the symbol in ascii
> >> values, and then detect it.
> > you can use [gf/string_replace] to replace one character by any other and
> > then you use [sel] to see whether you get a different symbol.
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