Similar to [pack ] and [unpack ] but instead of the default atom type being a float, the default type is anything.

Also comes with a new creation arg 'a' for anything. Numbers and unrecognized types will also default to anything.

For strict type checking, use f(loat), s(ymbol), and p(ointer).
The pak object will also store unrecognized types as symbols and interpret 'b' as a 'bang' symbol.

EDIT: You can now send lists to any of the additional pak inlets and it will store the list values with the inlet as the starting point. For example, sending the message [foo bar 3 baz( to the 2nd inlet of [pak 1 2 3 4] would result in the list: 1 foo bar 3

EDIT2: pak still has a bug when setting a pointer from any inlet other than the first one. This became more apparent when trying to work with the object in pd-vanilla.

EDIT3: pak is much more stable now and works in pd-vanilla. The example includes a new object I've created called [x ], which is a kind of trigger object that dehusks lists that consist of only 1 element when you use 'a' for creation args. For pd-vanilla users, the example also requires zexy's [demux].