# linearinterp

## Examples

## Arguments

### x [number]

Set's the value for the 'x' control point. This is the second value of linearinterp.

### y [number]

Set's the value for the 'y' control point. This is the third value of linearinterp.

## Inlets

### frac [number]

In the leftmost inlet, this is the input value to be interpolated.

### x [number]

Set's the value for the 'x' control point. This is the second value of linearinterp.

### y [number]

Set's the value for the 'y' control point. This is the third value of linearinterp.

## Outlets

### out1 [number]

The output curve is the segment between the middle two points (x and y).

## Fixed Attributes

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These attributes must be set in the object box and determine the behavior of the object at runtime.
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### hot [bool] (default: false)

Trigger computation on all inlets.

## Dynamic Attributes

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These attributes can be modified in the code during execution using the
set
object
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### frac [number]

In the leftmost inlet, this is the input value to be interpolated.

### reset [bang] (default: 0)

Banging this attribute will reset the object to its default state.

### x [number]

Set's the value for the 'x' control point. This is the second value of linearinterp.

### y [number]

Set's the value for the 'y' control point. This is the third value of linearinterp.

## See Also

Name | Description |
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interp | Interpolate inputs |

linearinterp~ | Linear interpolation |

cosineinterp~ | Cubic interpolation |

splineinterp~ | Catmull-Rom spline interpolation |

cubicinterp~ | Cubic interpolation |

slide | The discrete derivative of the input |

smoothstep | Smoothed fade of inputs |

rampsmooth | Smooth an incoming signal |