2.7.9.2 Vector functions and macros
These are all macros in the current version because functions can not take vector parameters, but this may change
in the future.
VSqr(V) . Square each individual component of a vector, equivalent to V*V . Parameters:

V = Vector to be squared.
VPow(V, P), VPow5D(V, P) . Raise each individual component of a vector to a given power.
Parameters:

V = Input vector.

P = Power.
VEq(V1, V2) . Tests for equal vectors, returns true if all three components of V1 equal the
respective components of V2 . Parameters:

V1, V2 = The vectors to be compared.
VEq5D(V1, V2) . A 5D version of VEq() . Tests for equal vectors, returns true if all 5
components of V1 equal the respective components of V2 . Parameters:

V1, V2 = The vectors to be compared.
VZero(V) . Tests for a < 0, 0, 0> vector. Parameters:
VZero5D(V) . Tests for a < 0, 0, 0, 0, 0> vector. Parameters:
VLength5D(V) . Computes the length of a 5D vector. Parameters:
VNormalize5D(V) . Normalizes a 5D vector. Parameters:
VDot5D(V1, V2) . Computes the dot product of two 5D vectors. See vdot() for more information on dot
products. Parameters:
VCos_Angle(V1, V2) . Compute the cosine of the angle between two vectors. Parameters:
VAngle(V1, V2), VAngleD(V1, V2) . Compute the angle between two vectors. VAngle() returns
the angle in radians, VAngleD() in degrees. Parameters:
VRotation(V1, V2, Axis), VRotationD(V1, V2, Axis) .Compute the rotation angle from V1 to V2 around
Axis. Axis should be perpendicular to both V1 and V2. The output will be in the range between pi and pi radians or
between 180 degrees and 180 degrees if you are using the degree version. However, if Axis is set to <0,0,0> the
output will always be positive or zero, the same result you will get with the VAngle() macros. Parameters:
VDist(V1, V2) . Compute the distance between two points. Parameters:
VPerp_To_Vector(V) . Find a vector perpendicular to the given vector. Parameters:
VPerp_To_Plane(V1, V2) . Find a vector perpendicular to both given vectors. In other words,
perpendicular to the plane defined by the two input vectors Parameters:
VPerp_Adjust(V1, Axis) . Find a vector perpendicular to Axis and in the plane of V1 and Axis. In other
words, the new vector is a version of V1 adjusted to be perpendicular to Axis. Parameters:

V1, Axis = Input vectors.
VProject_Plane(V1, Axis) . Project vector V1 onto the plane defined by Axis. Parameters:

V1 = Input vectors.

Axis = Normal of the plane.
VProject_Axis(V1, Axis) . Project vector V1 onto the axis defined by Axis. Parameters:

V1, Axis = Input vectors.
VMin(V), VMax(V) . Find the smallest or largest component of a vector. Parameters:
VWith_Len(V, Len) . Create a vector parallel to a given vector but with a given length. Parameters:

V = Direction vector.

Len = Length of desired vector.
