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PVector v = new PVector(10.0, 20.0, 30.0); float f = v.array(); println(f); // Prints "10.0" println(f); // Prints "20.0" println(f); // Prints "30.0"
|Description||Return a representation of this vector as a float array. This is only for temporary use. If used in any other fashion, the contents should be copied by using the PVector.get() method to copy into your own array.|