Outputs a specified number of bang messages quickly. uzi is designed for rapid-fire output of a large number of messages.
Sets an initial number of uzi is initially set to send out one .messages to be sent out in response to a in the left inlet. If no argument is present,
An optional second argument sets the base value for the right outlet count. The base value defaults to 1 when no second argument is given.
Common Box Attributes
Out left outlet: When uzi receives a or int in its left inlet, a certain number of messages are sent out as fast as possible, one after another. The number of messages is determined by the most recent number received in either inlet.
Out middle outlet: After the last is sent out its left outlet, uzi sends one out its middle outlet. This can be used as a signal that all the messages have been sent, much like the "carry" outlet on the counter object.
Out right outlet: The number of each uzi is being restarted with a or message, numbering begins wherever it left off.is sent out. Numbering begins from 1 (or from the base value specified by the optional second argument) each time an int or is received in the left inlet. If
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