Reverse the sequential order of two integers

Name | Type | Opt | Description |
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initial-value/number-format | int or float | opt | Sets an initial value for the number that is to be sent out the left outlet. Float argument will cause a float to be sent out the left outlet. (The number sent out the right outlet is always an int.) If there is no argument, the initial value is | .

bang | In left inlet: Swaps and sends out the numbers currently stored in swap. | |

int | input [int] |
In left inlet: The number is sent out the right outlet, then the number in the right inlet is sent out the left outlet. |

(inlet1) | input [int] |
In right inlet: The number is stored to be sent out the left outlet when a number is received in the left inlet. |

float | input [float] |
The numbers are converted to int, unless there is a float argument, in which case the number received in the right inlet is stored as a float. |

(inlet1) | input [float] |
In right inlet: The number is stored to be sent out the left outlet when a number is received in the left inlet. |

list | input [list] |
In left inlet: The numbers are stored in swap. The first number is sent out the right outlet, then the second number is sent out the left outlet. |

Name | Description |
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buddy | Synchronize arriving data, output them together |

fswap | Reverse the sequential order of two floating-point numbers |

pack | Combine numbers and symbols into a list |

unpack | Break a list into individual messages |

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