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   * Select "​Object"​ from the Put menu and call the object **table**. ​ This object is used to add an array to a patch. ​ It automatically creates the subpatch to store the array. ​ However, if you select "​graph-on-parent"​ in the subpatch properties a graph for the array will appear on the main patch. ​ See the help on table for creation arguments. ​   ​   * Select "​Object"​ from the Put menu and call the object **table**. ​ This object is used to add an array to a patch. ​ It automatically creates the subpatch to store the array. ​ However, if you select "​graph-on-parent"​ in the subpatch properties a graph for the array will appear on the main patch. ​ See the help on table for creation arguments. ​   ​
   * Select "​Graph"​ from the Put menu to place a graph, then select "​Array"​ and choose "in last graph" to associate it with the graph you just placed.   * Select "​Graph"​ from the Put menu to place a graph, then select "​Array"​ and choose "in last graph" to associate it with the graph you just placed.
-  * Select "​Array"​ from the Put menu.  This will automatically create a new graph to place on the patch canvas.+  * Select "​Array"​ from the Put menu.  This will automatically create a new graph to place on the patch canvas.  This brings up two dialog boxes, one for the array and one for the graph. ​ Put the names and other creation information here.
  
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   * Reading from an array repeatedly can be accomplished using the **[phasor]** object. This is commonly used in wavetable lookup or sampling.   * Reading from an array repeatedly can be accomplished using the **[phasor]** object. This is commonly used in wavetable lookup or sampling.
   * **More to come**   * **More to come**
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 +=== Graphs ===
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 +It is possible to create a graph first, before creating the array it will display. ​ It should also be noted that are not the only things that can be displayed as graphs. ​ It is not necessary to associate a graph with an array.
  
 There are two ways to create a graph: There are two ways to create a graph:
  
-  - Choose **Graph** from the **Put** menu.  ​Usually ​you do this before creating ​an array, and associating ​the array with the graph using the method described above in **Create an array**.+  - Choose **Graph** from the **Put** menu.  ​If you are using the graph to display an array, ​do this before creating ​the array. To associate ​the array with the graph, use the method described above in **Create an array**.
  
-  - Select "graph on parent"​ when creating an array using **[table]**. ​+  - Select "graph on parent"​ when creating an array using **[table]**.  This automatically associates the graph with an array.
  
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