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comment How to calculate shot angle and velocity to hit a moving target?
This is almost perfect for my scenario, but how would you factor in these 2 additional variables: acceleration for the projectile, the movement of the tower itself?
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comment Getting an angle in degrees from north
Ok. But I still just get values around 1 to 1.3...
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comment Getting an angle in degrees from north
Well, I just copied your code. Just as a test, I have to computer set the sprite's rotation angle to the angle outputted. I seem to be getting values between about 0.5 and 1.2. As I understand it, should I not be getting between -Pi and Pi?
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comment Getting an angle in degrees from north
Thank you very much for your reply. I was unable to get it working in my solution, though I have switched to using radians. Your assumptions were all correct, though. I've added additional information to my original question.
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comment How do I switch from XNA to C++?
So...it's simply old a depricated? What would MS have me do, then? Surely they would rather I use their stuff directly than a 3rd party's library? Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love XNA, and I'd much rather do any programming through C#, but there's no version for Visual Studio 2012, and they've said that there won't be.
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comment How do I switch from XNA to C++?
Do I even need any 3rd party libraries? There are DirectX DLLs in my computer under "C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\DirectX for Managed Code\"...?