I was hoping to be able to copy and paste working codebox objects inside gen~, but when I try I get errors about variables already being declared.
Is a variable created in a codebox object global to all other codebox objects in the same gen~ patch?
Is there a way to ensure a variable is treated as local within a single codebox object?
you have to turn the code into a function – that way it is not in global codespace but local. maybe then you would not even need to copy paste but simply reuse declared functions?
Hey thanks. I think I see a demonstration of what you are talking about in the gen~.interpolation example.
It’s probably worth mentioning this for anyone reading this thread in the future.
// a simple integrator:
prev = prev + in_val;
out1 = my_integrate(in1);
out2 = my_integrate(in2);
…creates two separate instances of my_integrate. Each output gets an independent instance. That was not obvious to me from the code, since it looks like two calls to the same function. The way it is written, I would have expected "prev" in a single instance of my_integrate to increase by in1 + in2 for each audio frame (one frame being 1/SampleRate).
I like the behavior that it actually implements, I just want to point it out in case it is confusing to anyone else.
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