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1shevelov |

… or arbitrary exponentiation like x^1.1?

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… or arbitrary exponentiation like x^1.1?

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jgodfrey |

Most of the core math functions are built directly into `gdscript`

. For example, it provides a `float pow ( float base, float exp )`

. That said, I’m not sure about `cube root`

. The core functions are documented here:

See also math - C - finding cube root of a negative number with pow function - Stack Overflow.

Calinou | 2020-08-09 21:22

Thanks! I looked there but missed pow method and was sure there should be more complicated functions somewhere else.

1shevelov | 2020-08-10 12:23

Additionally (and, maybe it’s obvious), certain classes of math are handled by individual objects (such as the Vector-based objects).

jgodfrey | 2020-08-10 13:57