[route] problem

    Mar 08 2009 | 2:34 am
    I'm building an patch capable of read an sentence and tell if the sentence's syntax is correct, but when the item is an number, int or float, the route object do not let the message to continue it's way!
    Any thing wrong with this? or it's an [route] problem?

    • Mar 08 2009 | 3:40 am
      Because "3 p" begins with a number and has more than one item it is considered to be a list rather than a number. Try a combination of [route list] and [zl slice 1] as in the example below. I hope it helps.
    • Mar 08 2009 | 2:07 pm
      At some point, it solves the problem but not entirely!
      if the user do not enters an number but anything else, the patch will say "good syntax"
      Check this!
    • Mar 08 2009 | 2:16 pm
      ... but the point is.... I've made the same thing with MAX4.6 and I don't remember this problem...it worked (long time ago!) I just don't understand why MAX5 doesn't!
    • Mar 08 2009 | 2:55 pm
      Hi Rui, see if this is what you need
    • Mar 08 2009 | 3:14 pm
      Hi Rui,
      And this works as well.
      best, Zachary
    • Mar 09 2009 | 4:13 am
      Those solutions work well.
      Since this is not an "realtime" application, it will only to check syntax and translate to "realtime code", the complexety of the patch is not important.
      I guess that I'll combine your two ways and add an extra feature: the capability to change what's being checked!
      When it's ready I'll post here... that could be useful for anyone!
      Anyway... Thanks alot!