• cfry

    @whale-av Thanks a lot David, that sent me in the right direction. I used [unpack f f f] then it eventually worked.

    This is going live, as a part of a bigger patch, in a few days. :)

    Best regards,

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  • cfry

    Hey! Back online. Now I have looked at @weightless list_building.pd, the @ingox fifo patch and also tried to build an array version myself as per the suggestion of @seb-harmonik.ar (but it got quite "bloaty"). Thanks!

    I suspect that the list_building.pd patch could be the best way to go since I really only need to store a few values (six entries in total). I do not need any graphical representation so using (Pd) arrays may be a waste of resources. It is also very good to make it simple and from scratch so I have total understanding on what is happening inside.

    I edited the list_building.pd patch as such:

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    syzygy_list_test.pd

    How do I access the entries in the list individually, "index style"?

    I am really thankful for your help and patience with noob questions! ;)

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  • cfry

    @weightless I ask mainly because I would prefer to be able to read from my android phone while on the move, and because the "math" entry in the Floss manual return an error message only. But I am sure the best way to learn is to use the help files in pd, if you have access to it.

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  • cfry

    Hey, thanks for the input! Still have not got hold of my computer to test all of this out. Hopefully in a few days.

    Slightly off topic: what would be a good (online) text recourse for understanding lists and arrays in puredata, apart from the Floss manual?

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  • cfry

    Hi,

    I need to detect and store time between user input (and probably the input value as well). I would like to be able to store say the last 10 events.

    I figure I should use an array that I can then shift the values in, pushing the oldest ones out when new ones come in.

    Could someone please show me a good and simple way on how to start experimenting with this?

    The purpose is to detect simple patterns in user input and use it as a trigger for things.

    :)

    Thanks!

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  • cfry

    That was it, thanks!

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  • cfry

    Hey, super basic question:

    I have a momentary toggle switch that I need to control so it only sends a message when held, or a message when it is released. 1 or 0. (It is really an analog signal, so it sends streams of messages once touched)

    For now I just want to have a function that allows no more bangs or messages if it is the same as the previous. What would be the default way of writing this? Something with the [float] object?

    Thanks!

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  • cfry

    Hey, thanks a lot. I think I got it working now. I searched out some later pduino build, seems ok!

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  • cfry

    Hi,
    I have a problem with trying to use both analog ins and digital outs and ins at the same time.
    I have not found a firmata that works for both. I must be missing something obvious? :/

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  • cfry

    @whale-av cool, need to try the hardware solution next round. Great article!

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