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the difference between p_VEL(P) and p->state.v

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Old   April 29, 2014, 11:43
Default the difference between p_VEL(P) and p->state.v
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problem description: what's the difference between the meanings of p_VEL(P) and p->state.v?
are they have same meaning?
if not, what does p->state.v mean in the DPM UDF?
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