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Manual Reference Pages  -  MIDIGREP (n)

NAME

midigrep - tclmidi command to find events matching a given pattern in a MIDI track

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Return Values
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

midigrep MidiID track event [event ...]

DESCRIPTION

midigrep is a tclmidi(1) command that will find all events in a specified track that match the pattern events in the command argumets. This first argument is the descriptor for the  MIDI song. This descriptor should be one returned by midimake(n) or midiread(n). The second argument specifies the track to index. The third and remaining arguments are events that you wish to locate. The syntax of these events is the same as that specified in midievent(n), except that any field besides the event type field may be replaced by the * character. The * character then acts as a wildcard and will match any value normally found for that parameter of the specified event type. Any number of fields for an event can be wildcarded.

For example, midigrep song0 1 {* Note 1 42 * *} will find all Note events in song0 track 1 that are for channel 1, pitch 42, regardless of the note velocity, duration or the time the Note event occurs.

RETURN VALUES

midigrep returns a list off all the events that match the given event patterns.

SEE ALSO

tclmidi(1), midiread(n), midimake(n), midievents(n)

AUTHOR

Mike Durian - durian@boogie.com
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