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gaozhengyu December 29, 2012 03:22

what's the meaning of NODE_X(v)
 
If "Node *v" . What's the exact meaning of NODE_X(v) or NODE_Y(v)

It's a simple question I think.

thanks :)

gearboy December 30, 2012 21:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by gaozhengyu (Post 399368)
If "Node *v" . What's the exact meaning of NODE_X(v) or NODE_Y(v)

It's a simple question I think.

thanks :)

NODE_X(v) means the x coordinate of node v.

gaozhengyu December 31, 2012 01:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by gearboy (Post 399489)
NODE_X(v) means the x coordinate of node v.

So, it's a scalar or vector?


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