[CM] run-time converter problem

cristopher pierson ewing cewing@u.washington.edu
Mon, 17 Feb 2003 11:22:30 -0800 (PST)

I find it in the section labelled "Useful Functions," which has the
caption "There are several commonly-used functions that can occur in the
run macro. . . ."  It is listed along with hz->radians and radians->hz

Am I reading the listing incorrectly?  Anyway, I went ahead and created my
own little macro, to it's no real biggie, Just a question about the
documentation for the function.



Cris Ewing
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University of Washington
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On Mon, 17 Feb 2003, Bill Schottstaedt wrote:

> > but seconds->samples is listed in the manual among the run-time converters
> > that are available.
> Where?  I can't find anything about it.  In the lisp code, seconds->samples
> is a function returning a list, so it's unlikely run can handle it, but
> you could make an equivalent macro in the one arg case that run could
> handle:
> (defmacro seconds->samples-1 (arg) `(round (* *srate* ,arg)))
> (This is not tested code...)