change with range


    Mar 12 2008 | 9:42 pm
    Is there any sort of 3rd party object that functions like a change object, except it allows you to specify a range above and below the original input?
    Something like [change +-5.], where as long as the incoming value (in this case, a float) was within 5, it wouldn't output the value. I have a really kludgy [if] object that sort of does what I want, but I'm hoping there might be an elegant solution already out there. Thanks.

    • Mar 13 2008 | 2:27 am
      Hi. I don't know if this any help to you but this is the best solution I could think of with out using any third party objects.
    • Mar 13 2008 | 7:02 am
      Hey vze1mk7d,
      That's pretty slick. I'd forgotten about bucket. Thanks!
    • Mar 17 2008 | 6:16 am
      Brian Shepard schrieb: > Something like [change +-5.], where as long as the incoming value (in > this case, a float) was within 5, it wouldn't output the value. I > have a really kludgy [if] object that sort of does what I want, but > I'm hoping there might be an elegant solution already out there.
      Your description sounds like a single split object would do it, but maybe you mean, that the object should only output if there is a change in the integer part of your float?... (If you would have sent your kludgy [if] it would have been more clear)
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