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

Nov 21, 2006 at 7:33pm

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

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

#28814
Nov 21, 2006 at 7:48pm

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
>

#88823
Nov 21, 2006 at 10:08pm

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

#88824
Nov 21, 2006 at 10:21pm

> 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

#88825
Nov 21, 2006 at 10:52pm

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

#88826

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