Help with conditional expressions
  • (x > y) evaluates to 1 if true and 0 if false
    Same with the other comparison operators ==, != etc.

    This is useful for switching for instance, if you use an expression for the control input on a crossfader node ... there you've got a functional A/B switch.

    You can also do that directly in the expression node with something like:

    (Switch > 0):A?B
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  • Thanks fellas. I'll take these responses and see what I can do with 'em!
  • No problem! Let me know if you need any more help too! What are you building with these?
  • Here ya go! Instructions are inside.
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