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How to compare two "Math::float3"?

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g2m.agent
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How to compare two "Math::float3"?

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mjcg91
in reply to: g2m.agent

Use members_equal

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Grahame_Fuller
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You can also use almost_equal, which may work better when there are issues related to floating-point precision.

 

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