sig~

Constant signal of a number

Description

sig~ converts a float or int to a signal. (It also accepts a signal in, which it ignores.)

Arguments

Name Type Opt Description
initial-output-value int or float opt Sets an initial signal output value.

Messages

int input [int]
The number is sent out as a constant signal.
float input [float]
The number is sent out as a constant signal.
signal Any signal input is ignored. You can connect a begin~ object to the sig~ inlet to define the beginning of a switchable signal network.

Information for box attributes common to all objects

Output

signal: sig~ outputs a constant signal consisting of the value of its argument or the most recently received int or float in its inlet.

Examples

Provide constant numerical values to a signal network with sig~

See Also

Name Description
+~ Add signals
begin~ Define a switchable part of a signal network
line~ Linear ramp generator
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