[PD] status of 123 - 125 (curly braces) keycodes?

Martin Peach martin.peach at sympatico.ca
Wed Jan 11 15:04:56 CET 2012

I guess you could use another pair of characters to represent curly 
brackets and intercept them as they pass between [packOSC] and 
[udpsend], replacing them with the codes (123 and 125) for curly 
brackets. (The output of [packOSC] is a list of ASCII character codes).


On 2012-01-11 03:16, Scott R. Looney wrote:
> hi folks-  being new to PD i just discovered this rather curious
> inability to form any kind of message using a Curly brace -  { or  }.
> luckily the GUI doesn't crash like before but it refuses to type the
> characters. can someone update me on whether that will be addressed
> anytime soon, or if not, explain how i could send a statement
> containing these characters to udpsend via packOSC? i guess i don't
> have to see them or print them but they at least have to be sent.
> this is sort of important to anyone wanting to address dynamic
> interface creation via JSON as shown by Charlie Roberts in this Max
> MSP example:
> http://charlie-roberts.com/Control/?p=292
> Control is the completely open source variant of closed source
> projects like TouchOSC and is much more extendable, as it's completely
> based on HTML5, CSS and JSON. i'm currently in the process of porting
> his demo patch of dynamic interface creation he made up to PD from
> Max.
> anyway if anyone has some answers i'd appreciate it - thanks in advance!
> scott
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