Converts a stream or list of up to 256 integers into a symbol.
This can be useful for formatting sysex bytes into a message for display purposes. The leftmost inlet accepts either a list of integers or an individual int, and immediately translates and transmits them/it. It also responds to, outputting the currently stored symbol. The rightmost inlet is used to set the output symbol, but unlike the left inlet it does not cause output. The middle inlet appends characters to the currently-stored symbol, either by list or one character at a time.
utf8 [int] (default: 0)
Input is UTF-8
Common Box Attributes
In middle inlet: The integer is interpreted as an ASCII character which is appended to the internally stored character string. No output is triggered.
In right inlet: The integer is interpreted as an ASCII character which is stored internally, replacing the previously stored character string, but not output.
In middle inlet: A list of integers sent to the middle inlet will be converted to ASCII characters and appended to the current internally-stored character string, without causing output.
In right inlet: A list of integers sent to the right inlet will be converted to ASCII characters and stored internally as an ASCII character string, replacing the previously stored character string, without triggering output
The ASCII character string converted from the input is sent out as a symbol.
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