storing a list
Is there an object that stores a list? I need to compare the new incoming list with the previously incoming list … what is the best way to do this?
Thanks for your help,
[zl reg] stores.
but if you only compare than why not taking [zl compare]? it stores one list in the right inlet, and compares it to any list received in the left.
Right inlet = store list
Left inlet = bang it out
Took me a while to find this one, too :)
Damn, 9 seconds too late!
Have a look to the zl object. It might appear intimidating at first, but does a lot of nice things with lists. [zl reg] and [zl compare] should do what you need.
You must’ve been doing something else with your other hand ;)
For more advanced list processing, I’d also recommend to have a look at the L-Objects:
I guess it hasn’t been updated for a while, but they still do work ;-)
Thanks for all the advice – here’s how it also can be done:
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