Break a list into individual messages
unpack will take any given list, break up its elements, and send each item out a separate outlet.
||int float symbol
|| The number of outlets is determined by the number of arguments. The arguments can be any combination of ints, floats, and symbols. The argument specifies the output of the unpack object's outlet; the input type is forced to the outlet type (e.g., outlets that correspond to int or float arguments will always output that type of number, converting the input items as necessary). If no argument is typed in, unpack will have two int outlets. Symbol arguments allow symbols to pass through, and change numbers to the empty symbol ("").
|| Causes each stored item of a list received in the inlet to sent out the corresponding outlet.
|| The number is sent out the left outlet.
|| Converted to
, unless the left outlet was initialized with a float argument. The number is sent out the left outlet. |
|| Each item in the list (up to the number of outlets) is sent out the outlet corresponding to its position in the list.
|| Performs the same function as
Each item in a list can be sent to a different place
Break a list up into a series of numbers
Index elements of a list and output them individually
Combine numbers and symbols into a list
Distribute a value to a numbered outlet
Multi-purpose list processing
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