Selectively outputs ain response to any input which matches its arguments and will output non-matching messages out its right-most outlet.
The arguments can be a mix of ints, floats, or symbols. The number of arguments determines the number of outlets in addition to the rightmost outlet. If there is no argument, there is only one other outlet, which is assigned the integer number.
If there is a single int argument (or if there are no arguments) a second inlet is created on the right. Numbers received in that inlet are stored in place of the argument. If there is more than one argument, or if the only argument is not an, the right inlet is not created.
When exact is set to 1, the select object performs float comparison. When set to 0, floats are ignored.
Common Box Attributes
Note: If an int is listed multiple times as an argument, a message will be sent out the leftmost outlet only.
Note: If a float is listed multiple times as an argument, a message will be sent out the leftmost outlet only.
If the number or symbol received in the left inlet does not match any of the arguments, it is passed out the rightmost outlet.
If the number or symbol received in the left inlet is the same as one of the arguments, ais sent out the outlet that corresponds to that argument.