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Drew
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1/25/05


Never mind
Posted:
Nov 5, 2004 12:07 AM


I figured out the problem with the midpoint on an unknown line segment issue and got it down to a much more manageable solution.
r = q / sqrt(m^2 + 1) s = r * m
x2 = x1  r y2 = y1  s x3 = x1 + r y3 = y1 + s
One division, two multiplies, and one costly sqrt(). High performance alternatives to sqrt() would still be appreciated, but the majority of the issues are worked out.
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