Multiply two numbers, output the result
* takes any two given numbers, multiplies them together, and outputs the result upon receiving input in the left inlet.
||int or float
|| Sets the initial value, to be multiplied by a number received in the left inlet. A float argument causes the numbers to be multiplied as floats.
|| In left inlet: Performs the multiplication with the numbers currently stored. If there is no argument, * initially holds as a multiplier.
|| In left inlet: The number is multiplied by the number in the right inlet, and the result is sent out the outlet.
|| In right inlet: The number is stored for multiplication with a number received in the left inlet.
|| Converted to * has a float argument.
before multiplication, unless |
|| In left inlet: The word
, followed by a number, sets the inlet's input without causing output. |
|| In left inlet: The first number is multiplied by the second number, and the result is sent out the outlet.
Multiplied as ints... Floats are truncated before multiplication... ...unless there is a float argument