[PD] List delete carnage - 2 questions
brbrofsvl at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 00:18:05 CEST 2011
PD doesn't give you a way to connect an outlet to an inlet of the same
object, which is what's needed here to populate the first list with
the numbers from 1-180 (it's one way to do it anyway). In this case,
I'm using a counter to count up to 180, and on each bang from the
[until] the new number goes into the [list prepend], which adds the
number to the end of the last list -- but we need to store the last
list as the thing to prepend, so it has to go back into the right
inlet, and the only good way of doing that is [t a] (you could just
use a [list] object, too, but [t a] seems more reliable and what
people use most).
There are probably plenty of other ways of doing the same thing.
On Sun, Mar 27, 2011 at 6:12 PM, J bz <jbeezez at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Matt,
> Whoo-Hoo. That's splendid.
> Can I ask you what the [t a] is doing that's looping with the [list
> prepend]? Just for my own understanding.
> Bloody marvellous though.
> All good wishes,
> On 27 March 2011 16:19, Matt Barber <brbrofsvl at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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).
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