[PD] Data Structures - Scaling Visual Display - (1:10)(2:200)

Miller Puckette msp at ucsd.edu
Sat Jun 30 05:39:45 CEST 2012

There's a somewhat lame explanation in doc/4.data.structures/09.scaling.pd

-- in brief, 1:10 in the example below says that the value of x is restricted
to the range 1-10, and this range is linearly rescaled to values 2-200 in
the coordinates of the patch.


On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 06:50:21PM -0700, JF wrote:
> I can't remember where I've seen it but you can create a struct like so...
> [struct structname float x(1:10)(2:200)]
> ...such that x displays more tightly or loosely and with boundaries depending on the values in the brackets. But I can't figure how to enter the values properly!
> My question is, how do you set the values in the brackets? What do they refer to?!
> Is there any documentation available on this?
> Thanks,
> John.
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