The Sub-net op is essentially a way of creating a macro to represent a collection of ops as a sin...
The Sub-net op is essentially a way of creating a macro to represent a collection of ops as a single op in the Network Editor. The Sub-net op can contain an entire op Network within it, stream-lining and simplifying your op network both visually and conceptually.
Selecting Edit Sub-Network... from the op’s pop-up menu presents you with a new Network Editor with four sub-network inputs. These four inputs are connected directly to the four inputs on the Sub-net op in your original network. Proceed by attaching ops as required to these four sub-network inputs. The display op will be wired back to the output connector of the Sub-net op in your original op network. To get back to the original op network, go up a level (type U).
Please refer to sub-networks for a complete discussion and an example of how to use sub-networks.
Select several Operators that you want to make into a sub-network, and select Collapse Selected from the OP’s pop-up menu to automatically create a sub-network out of them. You will see the selected Operators replaced by a single Subnetwork op, and it will be properly rewired to contain the previously selected ops.