When using jitter matrices, it’s possible to set values for various areas of a 2 dimensional matrix using the message setcell $2 $3 value $1 and whatever numbers you want. What would be the corresponding message to do the opposite, namely to take the numerical data from a matrix in the form of cells and values and output it? It’s possible to do this using jit.print and send it into the Max window, but how do I get it into a patcher? Does this question make sense? If so, any help or ideas? Cheers, thanks. Stoopchow
Yes, ‘getcell’ is the output counterpart of ‘setcell’. See Jitter Tutorial 2. See also jit.fill and jit.spill, Jitter Tutorial 11.
Hi, the getcell is what I needed alright. It’s still not doing exactly what I want it to do but I’m on the right track anyway. Thanks
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