[Sidefx-houdini-list] How would you import multiple attributes into vex... arrays?
antoinedurr at gmail.com
Sat Jan 23 12:43:08 EST 2010
If the list of points is presented as geometry attributes, then you
simply need to have parameters with matching names, and they'll
automatically be set to the geometry attribute value. Unless you use
arrays, that means 18 extra parameters.
Another approach, now that I think about it (I don't have Houdini in
front of me), is to simply use the import() function just get point/
On Jan 22, 2010, at 1:29 PM, Robert Kelly wrote:
> ok my email got cut off making a more complicated question look
> simple. This
> has happened before. this email should have > 20 lines in it
> I have a vop sop and i am looking to import a list of int point
> attributes such as...
> each attribute is needed to be tested against in a loop so if there
> are 18
> attributes the first loop will need closest_pt_curve_0 and the last
> closest_pt_curve_17. the documentation is a bit lite on for vex
> arrays. I
> would probably would need to concatenate "closest_pt_curve_" with a
> too which i am not confident will work ether?
> i can turn what ever vex code into a VOP node later but for now i
> need some
> documentation or even someone to propose an answer my guess in
> pseudo code
> (python meets vex)
> def importAttribNum( stem="closest_pt_curve_", attribNum=0):
> int data = 0
> import(stem + attribNum , data, 0)
> return data
> any ideas
> Robert Kelly
> 2010/1/22 Robert Kelly <isstuff at gmail.com>:
>> I have a vop sop and i am looking to import a list of int point
>> attributes such as...
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