Breaks a list into its elements, and sends each item out a separate outlet.
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 outlets; the input type is forced to the outlet type that is defined. If no argument is typed in, unpack will have two int outlets.
Common Box Attributes
If the outlet has been initialized with a float argument, then an int or a symbol from the input list will be converted to float before being sent out that outlet.
Each item of the list received in the inlet is sent out the corresponding outlet. The first item in the list is sent out the leftmost outlet, and so on.
A symbol in the input list will be sent out the corresponding outlet if that outlet has been initialized with a symbol argument.
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