hello everybody, it’s my first post here.
i am trying to do equivalent operation to modus ponens / law of detachment / on two lists.
let say, that i am having :
23 31 45
and what i need is to have 23. is there is any element that can do such operation?
would [zl unique] do what you want?
thanks for the reply, brian.
unfortunately zl unique is not present in max 4.6
any further comments?
[zl sect] does the first half of it. and then … hm.
the following patch will remove identical elements,
the opposite of what you need:
to both inlets of
thx roman, it seems that there is no elegant way of doing that.
the most intuitive way – comparing each element of the list against another and filtering out repeated numbers – works fine, but thought that there is something more refined.
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