[PD] List delete carnage - 2 questions
brbrofsvl at gmail.com
Sun Mar 27 17:19:51 CEST 2011
Here's another approach using only list abs stuff (sorry for the messy
-- I threw it together quickly). Could use as an abstraction with two
inlets -- one on the right which receives a bang to initialize and one
on the left that takes incoming numbers from the sensor, and one
outlet (the outgoing numbers).
> Hey Charlot,
> Yes, that seems a good approach.
> Will try in a few hours with a bit more time.
> "You did not sew it solid enough it seems:)."
> Definitely dropped a few stitches with this one:) I try to re-attach.
> (btw - what is up with gmail and attachments atm?)
> All good wishes,
> On 27 March 2011 02:07, Charles Goyard <cg at fsck.fr> wrote:
>> J bz wrote:
>> > I have a sensor which is spitting out numbers between 1-180.
>> > Each number triggers an event that I only want to happen once but the
>> > repeats numbers every so often.
>> You can use a table of 180 elements, each of which is initialized with
>> zeros. When a sensor number occurs, check against the table. If it's 0,
>> turn it to 1 and go on. If it's 1, do nothing and wait for a fresh
>> number from the sensor. Or, if you don't want to wait, scan the
>> table for the first zero. What appends when there's no zeros left is up
>> to you.
>> > (patch attached)
>> You did not sew it solid enough it seems:).
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