[chuck-users] Writing to text files? Visualization?

David Michael david.michael at gmail.com
Fri Dec 8 15:09:28 EST 2006

On 12/8/06, David Powers <cyborgk at gmail.com> wrote:
> In fact, I was trying to work on this a long time ago, but when I
> posted something about it to the list, I got ignored at that time. So
> I sort of gave up and moved on to other software.

Was this the post on HyperArray? I liked that class alot, it showed me
how to work around the deficiencies of array.

Now that I have learned ChucK, I feel a bit more comfortable trying to
implement it. But even HyperArray needs to have a set number of array
items... and I have to make sure to include the class in a running
instance of ChucK or either explicitly write the class in the file I
want to use it in.... not exactly the most portable thing in the
world, especially considering that there is not really another way to
include files in classes, except on the command line.

The ChucK array object in general neednt follow the array conventions
in C, but it does.
Having said all that, I realize that ChucK is under development and a
phD thesis.
I still would love to see more powerful native arrays (like Ruby's or
JavaScript's, which I realize are probably really linked lists).

~other David

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