In DAT

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Summary

The In DAT is used to create a DAT input in a Component. Component inputs are positioned alphanumerically on the left side of the Component. Disconnecting an input to an In DAT will still keep the contents instanced to the original input.

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Parameters - In Page

Label label - Creates a pop-up label when the cursor rolls over this Component input.



Parameters - Common Page

Language language - -

  • Input input -
  • Node node -

Edit/View Extension extension - -

  • dat dat -
  • frag frag -
  • glsl glsl -
  • html html -
  • md md -
  • py py -
  • rtf rtf -
  • tsv tsv -
  • txt txt -
  • vert vert -
  • xml xml -
  • From Language languageext -
  • Custom Extension customext -

Custom Extension customext -

Word Wrap wordwrap - -

  • Input input -
  • On on -
  • Off off -



DATs
Art-Net • CHOP Execute • CHOP to • Clip • Convert • DAT•  Execute • DAT xport• Error • EtherDream • Evaluate • Examine • Execute • FIFO • File In • File Out • Folder • In • Indices • Info • Insert • Introduction To DATs id• Keyboard In • Merge • MIDI Event • MIDI In • Monitors • MQTT Client • Multi Touch In • Null • OP Execute • OP Find • OSC In • OSC Out • Out • Panel Execute • Parameter Execute • Perform • Render Pick • Reorder • Script • Select • Serial • SOP to • Sort • Substitute • Switch • Table • TCP/IP • Text • Touch In • Touch Out • Transpose • TUIO In • UDP In • UDP Out • UDT In • UDT Out • Web • WebSocket • XML

An Operator Family that manipulates text strings: multi-line text or tables. Multi-line text is often a command Script, but can be any multi-line text. Tables are rows and columns of cells, each containing a text string.

An Operator Family that contains its own Network inside. There are twelve 3D Object Component and eight 2D Panel Component types. See also Network Path.

The generic thing that holds an Operator, and includes Flags (display, bypass, lock, render, immune) and its position/size in the network. Whether you "lay down an Operator" or "lay down an Node", you're doing the same thing.