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grunge man
um i can see some relation ships actually between vectors in phyics and c++
WolfPack
Really? Care listing some of them here? For others to learn?

ok now as i under stand about what arrays are i will now show the relationship between a physics vector and a c++ vector but next post ill need to get my physics book to properly explain this

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Better if you name this thread with something relevant. Like "Similarities between C++ vectors and Physics Vectors". That would describe the content better. Thanks for considering my request. :D

PS. Within 15 or 30 minutes of posting you can see the "Edit this Post" button.

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actually sorry peoples i have just realized im fine with vectors in phyics but i am going to need a lot of more info about c++ to explain this cuz im a beginer but dont wory i will come up with a result some time so bye for now

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What do you mean you didnt get in on time?
The thread was started at 2.33 PM
You made that post at 2.46 PM
That is only 13 minutes.

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Can't you see it near the "Quote Reply" and "Quick Reply" Buttons? See attached image on this message.

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um there is another problem after i edited it it still didnt change actually it did for alittle while but then it went back to how it was may its cuz of the time

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There's no relation. You can make about any object simulate a simple physics vector, but a C++ vector is just a container. If the name was different would you still think there's a relationship?

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