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Hello again :)


After several hours of unsuccessful attempts, I noticed that the babylonjs behavior was not the same that the javascript behavior.
For exemple :
The value of a.x is now 1 and the value of c is 0.
Knowing that babylonjs is a javascript library it seems strange to change the language logic. So, is there an explanation for this choice ?
Moreover, but there is no link with my precedent question, where can I find an html version of babylonjs 11 ? It would be useful for jsFiddle.


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a and b are references to an object, a BABYLON.Vector3, not primitive ints like c and d.  When you assign b = a, changes to b are seen in a, because they both refer to the same object.  This is how javascript works.


Not sure what you are talking about regarding an html babylonjs.  Do not know what jsFiddle is.

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