Distribute a value to a numbered outlet
spray takes a list as input. The first number is taken as the outlet number, and one or more numbers that follow are sent out that outlet and those to its right, in right-to-left order. The argument sets the number of outlets (there is no set limit). The default number of outlets is 2.
|number-of-outlets and numbering-offset
| The first argument sets the number of outlets. If there is no argument present, the object has two outlets. The second argument sets an offset for the numbering of the outlets. If the second argument is not present, the outlets are numbered beginning with 0.
| Posts an error-message in the Max window stating that spray requires a list.
| The first number in the list is a number that specifies the outlet number; the second is an int or float value to send out that outlet. If there are additional elements in the list, they are sent out the subsequent outlets to the right of the one specified by the first number in the list. The list may contain only ints or floats; symbols will be ignored.
| The word
followed by a number will offset the output of the object by the number of outlets given shifted to the left (a negative number will specify the number of outlets offset to the right).
Used to break up a list and send the items out specific outlets
Send a stream of data to individual outlets
Tag data with a number that identifies its inlet
Pass the input out a specific outlet
Index elements of a list and output them individually
Selectively pass the output out a specific outlet
Break a list into individual messages