[PD] $1 inside a message is not saving data ?

Joson Android joson.android at googlemail.com
Sun Oct 6 21:14:22 CEST 2013

to save with the patch you could use:

[set $1(
[t b a]
| /
[<emty msg box>(



Am 06.10.2013 um 20:46 schrieb IOhannes m zmölnig:

> On 10/06/13 20:34, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
>> A programming language is a lot about being consistent,
> yes
>> and as such it seems logical that a msg should retain its last known state, 
> no. that's totally unrelated to being consistent.
> so that when receiving a bang it would output its last stored values.
> why?
> i think the current behaviour is very consistent though probably less
> convenient than some would like to have it.
> consistent and convienient are similar words but not very related.
>> msg certainly stores the remainder of a non $arg list (if any) and even saves it with the patch, so I would argue that it very much has a kind of "memory" that can be altered with [set{.
> yes, i was inaccurate.
> a msgbox does have a memory, but $args in msgboxes only relate to the
> *current* message. since a message is a volatile event, the *last
> current* message is not longer current in any way, hence it's values are
> not remembered.
> gfmser
> IOhannes
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