We need a way for the
between node to get values in and put values out. In XOD patch nodes interact with the outside world using terminal nodes. You can find the terminal nodes in
xod/patch-nodes library, they are called
On this patch, we already placed an
output-boolean instead of
watch. The terminals give our node one number input pin and one boolean output. You can check it out by invoking the help box for the node in Project Browser.
between patch: copy/paste the
OUT terminals there and link them accordingly.
greater’s pins instead of hardcoded
MAX using Inspector.
Note that node’s pin order is determined by the order of respective terminals. Try to reorder the input terminals and look how it affects the preview in the help panel.
Conventionally XOD uses pin labels that are similar to IC leg labels. The labels contain at most four characters, and usually, they are mnemonics or abbreviations. The restriction allows rendering patches quite densely.