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kghongaku
i'm having trouble getting the following opcodes to work with arrays of
strings.

init doesn't seem to want to initialize a String array element.

"error:  Unable to find opcode entry for 'init' with matching argument
types:
Found: i init S"

printf seems to misinterpret string array element arguments.

below instr 1 prints 0 four times.

instr 2  behaves as predicted.

i1 0 1
i2 1 1
e

  sr        =  41000
  kr        =  8
  ksmps     =  5125
  nchnls    =  2
 
  gSdisp    [] init   2
 
    instr 1

;  gSdisp[0] init ""  ;; <---------------doesn't compile "found i init S"
;  gSdisp[1] init ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %d",gSdisp[1],  ktime    ;; can't tell if these work
  gSdisp[1] strcpyk gSdisp[0]                     ;; can't tell if thses work
            printf    "%s \n",    ksig ,gSdisp[1] ;; <---- prints "0 \n"

    endin

    instr 2
  Sdisp0    init      ""
  Sdisp1    init      ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  Sdisp0  sprintfk "%s %f",Sdisp1,  ktime
  Sdisp1  strcpyk Sdisp0
            printf    "%s %f \n",    ktime ,Sdisp1, ktime
    endin

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Re: [Csnd] string arrays, strcpyk, sprintfk printf init

Tarmo Johannes-3
Hi,

I think you cannot use this kind of syntax but = instead of init

Tarmo

09.07.2017 7:08 kirjutas kuupäeval "Kelly Hirai" <[hidden email]>:
i'm having trouble getting the following opcodes to work with arrays of
strings.

init doesn't seem to want to initialize a String array element.

"error:  Unable to find opcode entry for 'init' with matching argument
types:
Found: i init S"

printf seems to misinterpret string array element arguments.

below instr 1 prints 0 four times.

instr 2  behaves as predicted.

i1 0 1
i2 1 1
e

  sr        =  41000
  kr        =  8
  ksmps     =  5125
  nchnls    =  2

  gSdisp    [] init   2

    instr 1

;  gSdisp[0] init ""  ;; <---------------doesn't compile "found i init S"
;  gSdisp[1] init ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %d",gSdisp[1],  ktime    ;; can't tell if these work
  gSdisp[1] strcpyk gSdisp[0]                     ;; can't tell if thses work
            printf    "%s \n",    ksig ,gSdisp[1] ;; <---- prints "0 \n"

    endin

    instr 2
  Sdisp0    init      ""
  Sdisp1    init      ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  Sdisp0  sprintfk "%s %f",Sdisp1,  ktime
  Sdisp1  strcpyk Sdisp0
            printf    "%s %f \n",    ktime ,Sdisp1, ktime
    endin

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Re: [Csnd] string arrays, strcpyk, sprintfk printf init

MarieCurie
use fillarray instead of init, e.g.

<CsoundSynthesizer>
<CsOptions>
</CsOptions>
<CsInstruments>

sr = 48000
ksmps = 128
nchnls = 2
0dbfs = 1.0

gString[] fillarray "a test\n","another test\n”

instr 1
prints "***** instrument 1 *****\n"
prints gString[0]
prints gString[1]
endin
</CsInstruments>
<CsScore>
i 1 0 1
</CsScore>
</CsoundSynthesizer>
On 9 Jul 2017, at 13:10, Tarmo Johannes <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

I think you cannot use this kind of syntax but = instead of init

Tarmo

09.07.2017 7:08 kirjutas kuupäeval "Kelly Hirai" <[hidden email]>:
i'm having trouble getting the following opcodes to work with arrays of
strings.

init doesn't seem to want to initialize a String array element.

"error:  Unable to find opcode entry for 'init' with matching argument
types:
Found: i init S"

printf seems to misinterpret string array element arguments.

below instr 1 prints 0 four times.

instr 2  behaves as predicted.

i1 0 1
i2 1 1
e

  sr        =  41000
  kr        =  8
  ksmps     =  5125
  nchnls    =  2

  gSdisp    [] init   2

    instr 1

;  gSdisp[0] init ""  ;; <---------------doesn't compile "found i init S"
;  gSdisp[1] init ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %d",gSdisp[1],  ktime    ;; can't tell if these work
  gSdisp[1] strcpyk gSdisp[0]                     ;; can't tell if thses work
            printf    "%s \n",    ksig ,gSdisp[1] ;; <---- prints "0 \n"

    endin

    instr 2
  Sdisp0    init      ""
  Sdisp1    init      ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  Sdisp0  sprintfk "%s %f",Sdisp1,  ktime
  Sdisp1  strcpyk Sdisp0
            printf    "%s %f \n",    ktime ,Sdisp1, ktime
    endin

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Re: [Csnd] string arrays, strcpyk, sprintfk printf init

kghongaku
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thanks! i wasn't aware that Sarg0 = Sarg1 was i-rate.

i am still left with the issue of string manipulations on string array elements.

it seems if the output of sprintfk is an array, it gets stuck as the first thing it is assigned.

    instr 1
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  gSdisp1   =  "atart"
  gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %f",gSdisp1,  ktime
            printf    "%s \n",    ktime ,gSdisp[0]

    endin

output-------------------
new alloc for instr 1:
atart 0.000000
atart 0.000000
atart 0.000000
atart 0.000000

when "gSdisp[0]" is replaced with "gSdisp0"
new alloc for instr 1:
atart 1.000000
atart 2.000000
atart 3.000000
atart 4.000000

k.

On 07/09/2017 07:10 AM, Tarmo Johannes wrote:
Hi,

I think you cannot use this kind of syntax but = instead of init

Tarmo

09.07.2017 7:08 kirjutas kuupäeval "Kelly Hirai" <[hidden email]>:
i'm having trouble getting the following opcodes to work with arrays of
strings.

init doesn't seem to want to initialize a String array element.

"error:  Unable to find opcode entry for 'init' with matching argument
types:
Found: i init S"

printf seems to misinterpret string array element arguments.

below instr 1 prints 0 four times.

instr 2  behaves as predicted.

i1 0 1
i2 1 1
e

  sr        =  41000
  kr        =  8
  ksmps     =  5125
  nchnls    =  2

  gSdisp    [] init   2

    instr 1

;  gSdisp[0] init ""  ;; <---------------doesn't compile "found i init S"
;  gSdisp[1] init ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %d",gSdisp[1],  ktime    ;; can't tell if these work
  gSdisp[1] strcpyk gSdisp[0]                     ;; can't tell if thses work
            printf    "%s \n",    ksig ,gSdisp[1] ;; <---- prints "0 \n"

    endin

    instr 2
  Sdisp0    init      ""
  Sdisp1    init      ""
  ktime     init      0
  ksig      metro     4
  ktime     +=        ksig
  Sdisp0  sprintfk "%s %f",Sdisp1,  ktime
  Sdisp1  strcpyk Sdisp0
            printf    "%s %f \n",    ktime ,Sdisp1, ktime
    endin

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Re: [Csnd] string arrays, strcpyk, sprintfk printf init

joachim-3
i think you must do it in two steps:

1.  Sbla sprintfk "...", args
2. gSArray[0] = Sbla

        joachim



On 09/07/17 21:54, Kelly Hirai wrote:

> thanks! i wasn't aware that Sarg0 = Sarg1 was i-rate.
>
> i am still left with the issue of string manipulations on string array
> elements.
>
> it seems if the output of sprintfk is an array, it gets stuck as the
> first thing it is assigned.
>
>     instr 1
>   ktime     init      0
>   ksig      metro     4
>   ktime     +=        ksig
>   gSdisp1   =  "atart"
>   gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %f",gSdisp1,  ktime
>             printf    "%s \n",    ktime ,gSdisp[0]
>
>     endin
>
> output-------------------
> new alloc for instr 1:
> atart 0.000000
> atart 0.000000
> atart 0.000000
> atart 0.000000
>
> when "gSdisp[0]" is replaced with "gSdisp0"
> new alloc for instr 1:
> atart 1.000000
> atart 2.000000
> atart 3.000000
> atart 4.000000
>
> k.
>
> On 07/09/2017 07:10 AM, Tarmo Johannes wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I think you cannot use this kind of syntax but = instead of init
>>
>> Tarmo
>>
>> 09.07.2017 7:08 kirjutas kuupäeval "Kelly Hirai"
>> <[hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>>:
>>
>>     i'm having trouble getting the following opcodes to work with
>>     arrays of
>>     strings.
>>
>>     init doesn't seem to want to initialize a String array element.
>>
>>     "error:  Unable to find opcode entry for 'init' with matching argument
>>     types:
>>     Found: i init S"
>>
>>     printf seems to misinterpret string array element arguments.
>>
>>     below instr 1 prints 0 four times.
>>
>>     instr 2  behaves as predicted.
>>
>>     i1 0 1
>>     i2 1 1
>>     e
>>
>>       sr        =  41000
>>       kr        =  8
>>       ksmps     =  5125
>>       nchnls    =  2
>>
>>       gSdisp    [] init   2
>>
>>         instr 1
>>
>>     ;  gSdisp[0] init ""  ;; <---------------doesn't compile "found i
>>     init S"
>>     ;  gSdisp[1] init ""
>>       ktime     init      0
>>       ksig      metro     4
>>       ktime     +=        ksig
>>       gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %d",gSdisp[1],  ktime    ;; can't tell if
>>     these work
>>       gSdisp[1] strcpyk gSdisp[0]                     ;; can't tell if
>>     thses work
>>                 printf    "%s \n",    ksig ,gSdisp[1] ;; <---- prints
>>     "0 \n"
>>
>>         endin
>>
>>         instr 2
>>       Sdisp0    init      ""
>>       Sdisp1    init      ""
>>       ktime     init      0
>>       ksig      metro     4
>>       ktime     +=        ksig
>>       Sdisp0  sprintfk "%s %f",Sdisp1,  ktime
>>       Sdisp1  strcpyk Sdisp0
>>                 printf    "%s %f \n",    ktime ,Sdisp1, ktime
>>         endin
>>
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Re: [Csnd] string arrays, strcpyk, sprintfk printf init

gsenna
In reply to this post by kghongaku
I can't think of a good reason for not having init for S-vars. Is there any?

You are not getting anything because reading and writing to S-variables
depend on the type of index you use:

instr 1
    gSdisp[0] = ""                                                    
    gSdisp[1] = "0"
    ktime     init      0
    ksig      metro     4
    ktime     +=        ksig
    gSdisp[k(0)] sprintfk "%s %d", gSdisp[k(1)], ktime    
    gSdisp[k(1)] sprintfk "%s", gSdisp[k(0)]
    printf  "%s \n", ksig, gSdisp[k(1)]
endin

Having said that, I get "memory allocate failure" after a couple of
seconds with the code above and with strcpyk it segfaults. I don't
understand why.


On 09/07/17 16:54, Kelly Hirai wrote:

> thanks! i wasn't aware that Sarg0 = Sarg1 was i-rate.
>
> i am still left with the issue of string manipulations on string array
> elements.
>
> it seems if the output of sprintfk is an array, it gets stuck as the
> first thing it is assigned.
>
>     instr 1
>   ktime     init      0
>   ksig      metro     4
>   ktime     +=        ksig
>   gSdisp1   =  "atart"
>   gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %f",gSdisp1,  ktime
>             printf    "%s \n",    ktime ,gSdisp[0]
>
>     endin
>
> output-------------------
> new alloc for instr 1:
> atart 0.000000
> atart 0.000000
> atart 0.000000
> atart 0.000000
>
> when "gSdisp[0]" is replaced with "gSdisp0"
> new alloc for instr 1:
> atart 1.000000
> atart 2.000000
> atart 3.000000
> atart 4.000000
>
> k.
>
> On 07/09/2017 07:10 AM, Tarmo Johannes wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I think you cannot use this kind of syntax but = instead of init
>>
>> Tarmo
>>
>> 09.07.2017 7:08 kirjutas kuupäeval "Kelly Hirai"
>> <[hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>>:
>>
>>     i'm having trouble getting the following opcodes to work with
>>     arrays of
>>     strings.
>>
>>     init doesn't seem to want to initialize a String array element.
>>
>>     "error:  Unable to find opcode entry for 'init' with matching argument
>>     types:
>>     Found: i init S"
>>
>>     printf seems to misinterpret string array element arguments.
>>
>>     below instr 1 prints 0 four times.
>>
>>     instr 2  behaves as predicted.
>>
>>     i1 0 1
>>     i2 1 1
>>     e
>>
>>       sr        =  41000
>>       kr        =  8
>>       ksmps     =  5125
>>       nchnls    =  2
>>
>>       gSdisp    [] init   2
>>
>>         instr 1
>>
>>     ;  gSdisp[0] init ""  ;; <---------------doesn't compile "found i
>>     init S"
>>     ;  gSdisp[1] init ""
>>       ktime     init      0
>>       ksig      metro     4
>>       ktime     +=        ksig
>>       gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %d",gSdisp[1],  ktime    ;; can't tell if
>>     these work
>>       gSdisp[1] strcpyk gSdisp[0]                     ;; can't tell if
>>     thses work
>>                 printf    "%s \n",    ksig ,gSdisp[1] ;; <---- prints
>>     "0 \n"
>>
>>         endin
>>
>>         instr 2
>>       Sdisp0    init      ""
>>       Sdisp1    init      ""
>>       ktime     init      0
>>       ksig      metro     4
>>       ktime     +=        ksig
>>       Sdisp0  sprintfk "%s %f",Sdisp1,  ktime
>>       Sdisp1  strcpyk Sdisp0
>>                 printf    "%s %f \n",    ktime ,Sdisp1, ktime
>>         endin
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Re: [Csnd] string arrays, strcpyk, sprintfk printf init

jpff
On Sun, 9 Jul 2017, Guillermo Senna wrote:

> I can't think of a good reason for not having init for S-vars. Is there any?


A bad time to ask with a release happening!

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gsenna
Then that's a very good reason for not having it right now. lol.


On 09/07/17 17:51, jpff wrote:

> On Sun, 9 Jul 2017, Guillermo Senna wrote:
>
>> I can't think of a good reason for not having init for S-vars. Is
>> there any?
>
>
> A bad time to ask with a release happening!
>
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Re: [Csnd] string arrays, strcpyk, sprintfk printf init

kghongaku
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ahh thank you! casting the index to a k-value worked.

whew. i can move forward again.

k.

On 07/09/2017 04:35 PM, Guillermo Senna wrote:

> I can't think of a good reason for not having init for S-vars. Is there any?
>
> You are not getting anything because reading and writing to S-variables
> depend on the type of index you use:
>
> instr 1
>     gSdisp[0] = ""                                                    
>     gSdisp[1] = "0"
>     ktime     init      0
>     ksig      metro     4
>     ktime     +=        ksig
>     gSdisp[k(0)] sprintfk "%s %d", gSdisp[k(1)], ktime    
>     gSdisp[k(1)] sprintfk "%s", gSdisp[k(0)]
>     printf  "%s \n", ksig, gSdisp[k(1)]
> endin
>
> Having said that, I get "memory allocate failure" after a couple of
> seconds with the code above and with strcpyk it segfaults. I don't
> understand why.
>
>
> On 09/07/17 16:54, Kelly Hirai wrote:
>> thanks! i wasn't aware that Sarg0 = Sarg1 was i-rate.
>>
>> i am still left with the issue of string manipulations on string array
>> elements.
>>
>> it seems if the output of sprintfk is an array, it gets stuck as the
>> first thing it is assigned.
>>
>>     instr 1
>>   ktime     init      0
>>   ksig      metro     4
>>   ktime     +=        ksig
>>   gSdisp1   =  "atart"
>>   gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %f",gSdisp1,  ktime
>>             printf    "%s \n",    ktime ,gSdisp[0]
>>
>>     endin
>>
>> output-------------------
>> new alloc for instr 1:
>> atart 0.000000
>> atart 0.000000
>> atart 0.000000
>> atart 0.000000
>>
>> when "gSdisp[0]" is replaced with "gSdisp0"
>> new alloc for instr 1:
>> atart 1.000000
>> atart 2.000000
>> atart 3.000000
>> atart 4.000000
>>
>> k.
>>
>> On 07/09/2017 07:10 AM, Tarmo Johannes wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> I think you cannot use this kind of syntax but = instead of init
>>>
>>> Tarmo
>>>
>>> 09.07.2017 7:08 kirjutas kuupäeval "Kelly Hirai"
>>> <[hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>>:
>>>
>>>     i'm having trouble getting the following opcodes to work with
>>>     arrays of
>>>     strings.
>>>
>>>     init doesn't seem to want to initialize a String array element.
>>>
>>>     "error:  Unable to find opcode entry for 'init' with matching argument
>>>     types:
>>>     Found: i init S"
>>>
>>>     printf seems to misinterpret string array element arguments.
>>>
>>>     below instr 1 prints 0 four times.
>>>
>>>     instr 2  behaves as predicted.
>>>
>>>     i1 0 1
>>>     i2 1 1
>>>     e
>>>
>>>       sr        =  41000
>>>       kr        =  8
>>>       ksmps     =  5125
>>>       nchnls    =  2
>>>
>>>       gSdisp    [] init   2
>>>
>>>         instr 1
>>>
>>>     ;  gSdisp[0] init ""  ;; <---------------doesn't compile "found i
>>>     init S"
>>>     ;  gSdisp[1] init ""
>>>       ktime     init      0
>>>       ksig      metro     4
>>>       ktime     +=        ksig
>>>       gSdisp[0] sprintfk "%s %d",gSdisp[1],  ktime    ;; can't tell if
>>>     these work
>>>       gSdisp[1] strcpyk gSdisp[0]                     ;; can't tell if
>>>     thses work
>>>                 printf    "%s \n",    ksig ,gSdisp[1] ;; <---- prints
>>>     "0 \n"
>>>
>>>         endin
>>>
>>>         instr 2
>>>       Sdisp0    init      ""
>>>       Sdisp1    init      ""
>>>       ktime     init      0
>>>       ksig      metro     4
>>>       ktime     +=        ksig
>>>       Sdisp0  sprintfk "%s %f",Sdisp1,  ktime
>>>       Sdisp1  strcpyk Sdisp0
>>>                 printf    "%s %f \n",    ktime ,Sdisp1, ktime
>>>         endin
>>>
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