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Ranvir Sahota9,844 Points
0.0f vs 0.00
If 0.0f tells Vector3 that we want y to be on ground and represented as 0.00 why didn't we just pass 0.00? Is now the same thing? What the difference between the two options.
Christopher Adam778 Points
The 'f' is there to denote that the value is a float. The compiler would otherwise think it is a double.
Pieter Herlitska5,756 Points
It doesn't matter actually. The computer will pretend it the same as 0.0