[PD] array read -resize according to file ?
phae.ilias at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 11:10:48 CEST 2016
Yes [text] is great, but I'm currently using tables/arrays that I want to
be stored on filesystem.
I actually can [read array.txt ( containing an array (i.e. a list of
floats) with [text], and the whole array is loaded as a list on first line,
but I'm concerned about performance while loading/parsing data.
Then this would mean using :
[0 $1 1 (
[text get dataAsText]
instead of :
I will give this solution a try, but I'm using quite large tables (more
than 10,000 float values)... do you think it's as fast as [tabread] ?
(PS : I'm also looking for a way to know if a specified file (giving its
path) exists or not. I did this once with the [shell] external, but I would
prefer a vanilla solution...)
have a nice day,
2016-10-06 18:08 GMT+02:00 Jack <jack at rybn.org>:
> Hello Raphaël,
> For textfiles ?
> Maybe you should use [text] ?
> Le 06/10/2016 à 18:00, Raphaël Ilias a écrit :
> > Hello list
> > For an array used as data storage (i.e. not audio), is there a way to
> > load data from a file AND have it resized according to file's length ?
> > ...like with soundfiler : [read -resize filename.wav tablename (
> > I want to load textfiles into arrays but their may vary and cannot be
> > predicted...
> > I feel my english isn't very clear today ! So I attached an example
> > Any idea ?
> > have a good day !
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