what does it mean #1 in max?????

    Feb 06 2011 | 1:07 pm
    Hi list, I found the argument #1 in the count~ object; do you know what does it mean? I can't find its explanation in the max help. Thanks fv

    • Feb 06 2011 | 2:28 pm
      They basically use the numbered argument from the parent patcher. So if your [count~ #1] object is in a subpatch or abstraction typed [someObj 512 hello 3.14] it would be as if it had been givem the argument 512. Similarly in the subpatch any instances of #2 will be replaced with "hello" and #3 with 3.14 all the way up to 9 arguments. Go to Extras > ExamplesOverview > Max > Max Tricks > send-receive-hoard-#1 to see a patch that shows this in action.
    • Feb 06 2011 | 2:55 pm
      thanks Luke fv