append Reference

Append arguments to the end of a message

append

Description

append will add arguments to the end of any message you input.

Examples

Symbols can be combined into meaningful messages with append

Arguments

appended-message [anything]

Optional

Sets message that will be appended

Attributes

Common Box Attributes

Messages

bang

bang will cause append to output the message which was most recently stored in memory (bang is particularly useful for triggering output following the set message).

int

Arguments

input [int]
The incoming integer value(s) will be appended by the message stored in append, preceded by a space, and the combined message is sent out the outlet.

float

Arguments

input [float]
The incoming floating-point value(s) will be appended by the message stored in append, preceded by a space, and the combined message is sent out the outlet.

list

Arguments

input [list]
The incoming list values will be appended by the message stored in append, preceded by a space, and the combined message is sent out the outlet.

anything

Arguments

input-message [list]
The incoming message or list will be appended by the message stored in append, preceded by a space, and the combined message is sent out the outlet.

set

Arguments

set [list]
The word set, followed by any message, will replace the message stored in append, without triggering output.

Output

anything

The message received in the inlet is combined with the message stored in append, and then sent out the outlet.

See Also

Name Description
combine
join
pack
pak
prepend
zl