v = PVector(30, 60, 0) ellipse(v.x, v.y, 12, 12) v.div(6) ellipse(v.x, v.y, 24, 24)
v1 = PVector(30, 60, 0) ellipse(v1.x, v1.y, 12, 12) v2 = PVector.div(v1, 6) ellipse(v2.x, v2.y, 24, 24)
|Description||Divides a vector by a scalar. The version of the method that uses a float acts directly on the vector upon which it is called (as in the first example above), and therefore has no return value. The versions that receive both a PVector and a float as arugments are static methods, and each returns a new PVector that is the result of the division operation. Both examples above produce the same visual output.|
.div(n) .div(v, n) .div(v, n, target)
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