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    shared data object questions

    hello

    I have been playing with sub-apps and multiple apps and noticed the shared data object does not create 'multiple' instances of itself even if I create two differently named instances of it

    It would be cool to be able to have multiple instances available and certain programs to see some data but not other data

    This also made me curious about where the 'shared' info is stored


    does anyone know anything about this?

    Dave


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    Re: shared data object questions

    You could try the Global Function Object for multi-instance communication.
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    Re: shared data object questions

    I guess that all instances of the object share the same memory address, meaning that you can only have one instance of the object. If you have more, they still will operate with the memory of the first instance.

    Named variable object can be global, but still you can use multiple instances.

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    Re: shared data object questions

    Thanks

    that makes sense

    and I will try those solutions!

    does that mean every instance of any object has its own memory address? Like I can create new active objects and they can each carry 'their own' individual information with them.


    dave





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    Re: shared data object questions

    Any non-global objects has their own memory address, and most global objects share the memory between them. But some global objects (like NVO) are designed to share memory with the same instance number (i.e first instance in a frame, will share with first instance in another frame, second instance with second instance in second frame and so on).

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