There are a lot of situations where you need to get the length of a vector. For example, if you want to measure the distance between two objects. But there are also a lot of situations where you don’t need… Continue Reading →
As you might know, it is good practice to leave no variables uninitialized. If you wrote a struct or class, all its members should have a defined initial state, which is usually set in the struct’s or class’s constructor. Continue Reading →
Performance can be increased by using references instead of copying values as function arguments.
You might know the Range Mapper node in Xpresso. A very handy tool to map one value range to another, optionally applying a spline curve. Here is how you can do the same in C++.