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Mxj net.udp.rec : which outlets are possible ?

November 21, 2006 | 7:33 pm

Hello,

does anybody know which outlets are possible with MXJ net.udp.rec ?
I would like to see the message in a box or store it somewhere so
I can get hold of it later.

I can’t find any thorough enough documentation apart from
the Help-file within Max.

Example:

"Blabla" received: then stored: then:
check: if "Blabla" received, then put out a bang.

Please help!

Many thanks and bye,

Lea


November 21, 2006 | 7:48 pm

Hi Lea,

I can’t really understand what you want to do, but I have a suspicion
that your problem is more with basic Max programming and not
necessarily with net.udp.recv. If you want to store a message you can
use the "zl reg" object.

Ben

On 11/21/06, exigeante wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
>
> does anybody know which outlets are possible with MXJ net.udp.rec ?
> I would like to see the message in a box or store it somewhere so
> I can get hold of it later.
>
> I can’t find any thorough enough documentation apart from
> the Help-file within Max.
>
> Example:
>
> "Blabla" received: then stored: then:
> check: if "Blabla" received, then put out a bang.
>
>
> Please help!
>
> Many thanks and bye,
>
> Lea
>


November 21, 2006 | 10:08 pm

Hi Ben,

thank you for getting back so quickly.

My question was aimed at the types of boxes it can take as
outlets. Some objects only output bangs for instance so I
wondered whether Mxj net.udp.rec only outputs to a print object.

My hope is that it can output the very message it received in
a number box (or even better: a coll or other storage objects.)

What do you think?

Bye,
Lea


November 21, 2006 | 10:21 pm

> My question was aimed at the types of boxes it can take as
> outlets. Some objects only output bangs for instance so I
> wondered whether Mxj net.udp.rec only outputs to a print object.
>
> My hope is that it can output the very message it received in
> a number box (or even better: a coll or other storage objects.)
>
> What do you think?

I think that one way to answer your own question would be to just try
it out! But since I’m already here I can answer that yes, you can
send the messages to a number box or a coll or any other inlet.`

Ben


November 21, 2006 | 10:52 pm

Thank you,

yes, that’s what I did. And it worked nicely.

Since there is no documentation like the reference file for
Max and MSP-objects, there is no simple way of looking it up
to have an idea of all the possibilities.

Many thanks again,

bye,
Lea


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