Re: [PD] forcing array size based on text file size

2018-04-06 Thread Jack
OK, thanks. Nice example using pointer. On My side, I used to use [text define] (to load the text file) and [text size] (to query the size with a 'bang' message). ++ Jack Le 06/04/2018 à 16:36, Fede a écrit : > Hi Jack, > > Well, yes, it was something ‘like’ that. > > here it is with the

Re: [PD] forcing array size based on text file size

2018-04-06 Thread Jack
Le 06/04/2018 à 16:21, Jack a écrit : > Hello, > > Le 06/04/2018 à 10:55, Fede a écrit : >> Hi Jim, >> >> Like [soundfiler]’s “-resize” flag, this would be a very useful feature for >> array loading. >> >> >> You can load a text file and then query its size, something like: >> >> [read -c

Re: [PD] forcing array size based on text file size

2018-04-06 Thread Fede
Hi Jack, Well, yes, it was something ‘like’ that. here it is with the missing [t b p] and [text size -s text t] array-resize.pd Description: Binary data your_file Description: Binary data On Apr 6, 2018, at 4:21 PM, Jack wrote: > Hello, > > Le 06/04/2018 à 10:55, Fede a

Re: [PD] forcing array size based on text file size

2018-04-06 Thread Jack
Hello, Le 06/04/2018 à 10:55, Fede a écrit : > Hi Jim, > > Like [soundfiler]’s “-resize” flag, this would be a very useful feature for > array loading. > > > You can load a text file and then query its size, something like: > > [read -c your_file, bang( > | > [text] > |\ > [text size] > |

Re: [PD] forcing array size based on text file size

2018-04-06 Thread Fede
Hi Jim, Like [soundfiler]’s “-resize” flag, this would be a very useful feature for array loading. You can load a text file and then query its size, something like: [read -c your_file, bang( | [text] |\ [text size] | [array size your_array] Best, fede On Apr 6, 2018, at 10:38 AM, Jim