[PD] Stream of caracters to list of words

Martin Peach martin.peach at sympatico.ca
Mon Aug 20 17:21:04 CEST 2012

Also [pd_lua] and [pd_luax] are good for this sort of thing. Right click 
on the object to open the script in a text editor.
[pd_luax] lets you edit the script without restarting Pd.


On 2012-08-20 04:57, Bryan Jurish wrote:
> moin Fernando,  moin list,
> [... apologies for double-post; forgot to update my client address at
> work... shame on me! ]
> sounds like [rattstok] might do what you want.  it's part of [ratts],
> whose sources live at:
>   http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~moocow/projects/pd/ratts-0.08.tar.gz
> otherwise, you can write a simple regex tokenizer e.g. in python and
> wrap that in using [py]/[pyext].  a trickier option would be to use a
> "smarter" tokenizer for your particular target language(s); see e.g.
>   http://nltk.org/api/nltk.tokenize.html
> ... or you could roll your own tokenizer using finite-state machines and
> talk to it live and stream-wise in pd with [gfsm], but that's beyond the
> scope of this reply ;-)
> marmosets,
> 	Bryan
> On 2012-08-19 00:06, FernandoG wrote:
>> Hi PD users :)
>> I am working with text to sound transformation using binfile objet and have
>> a question:
>> binfile objetc read a file and then output caracter by caracter every bang
>> recived, i am planning to use not a stream of ascii number rather than a
>> list of them. Then the idea is to use words as control signal for sound
>> sinthesis. How can i get variable lists from a stream? wich objetc can help
>> my? its needed to split the stream in to words and recognize puctuation or
>> space as words limits.
>> Thanks!
>> F

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