Name  Parameters  Return value  Notes 
() (constructor) 


Creates a new Vector3f object as a copy of the specified Vector3i 
() (constructor) 


Creates a new Vector3f object as a copy of the specified vector 
() (constructor) 


Creates a new Vector3f object with the specified coords 
() (constructor) 


Creates a new Vector3f object with zero coords 
() (constructor) 


Creates a new Vector3f object as a copy of the specified Vector3d 
operator * 


Returns a new Vector3f object that has each of its coords multiplied by the respective coord of the specified vector. 
operator * 


Returns a new Vector3f object that has each of its coords multiplied by the specified number 
operator + 


Returns a new Vector3f object that holds the vector sum of this vector and the specified vector. 
operator  


Returns a new Vector3f object that holds the vector differrence between this vector and the specified vector. 
operator  


Returns a new Vector3f that is a negative of this vector (all coords multiplied by 1). 
operator / 


Returns a new Vector3f object with each coord divided by the specified number. 
operator / 


Returns a new Vector3f object with each coord divided by the corresponding coord from the given vector. 
Abs 


Updates each coord to its absolute value. 
Ceil 


Returns a new Vector3i object with coords set to math.ceil of this vector's coords. 
Clamp 


Clamps each coord into the specified range. 
Cross 


Returns a new Vector3f object that holds the cross product of this vector and the specified vector. 
Dot 


Returns the dot product of this vector and the specified vector. 
Equals 


Returns true if the specified vector is exactly equal to this vector. Note that this is subject to (possibly imprecise) floating point math. 
EqualsEps 


Returns true if the differences between each corresponding coords of this vector and the one specified, are less than the specified Eps. 
Floor 


Returns a new Vector3i object with coords set to math.floor of this vector's coords. 
HasNonZeroLength 


Returns true if the vector has at least one coord nonzero. Note that this is subject to (possibly imprecise) floating point math. 
Length 


Returns the (euclidean) length of this vector 
LineCoeffToXYPlane 


Returns the coefficient for the line from the specified vector through this vector to reach the specified Z coord. The result satisfies the following equation: (this + Result * (Param  this)).z = Z. Returns the NO_INTERSECTION constant if there's no intersection. 
LineCoeffToXZPlane 


Returns the coefficient for the line from the specified vector through this vector to reach the specified Y coord. The result satisfies the following equation: (this + Result * (Param  this)).y = Y. Returns the NO_INTERSECTION constant if there's no intersection. 
LineCoeffToYZPlane 


Returns the coefficient for the line from the specified vector through this vector to reach the specified X coord. The result satisfies the following equation: (this + Result * (Param  this)).x = X. Returns the NO_INTERSECTION constant if there's no intersection. 
Move 


Adds the specified vector to this vector. Is slightly better performant than adding with a "+" because this doesn't create a new object for the result. 
Move 


Adds the specified offsets to each coord, effectively moving the vector by the specified coord offsets. 
Normalize 


Normalizes this vector (makes it 1 unit long while keeping the direction). FIXME: Fails for zero vectors. 
NormalizeCopy 


Returns a copy of this vector that is normalized (1 unit long while keeping the same direction). FIXME: Fails for zero vectors. 
Set 


Sets all the coords of the vector at once. 
SqrLength 


Returns the (euclidean) length of this vector, squared. This operation is slightly less computationally expensive than Length(), while it conserves some properties of Length(), such as comparison. 
TurnCCW 


Rotates the vector 90 degrees counterclockwise around the vertical axis. Note that this is specific to minecraft's axis ordering, which is X+ left, Z+ down. 
TurnCW 


Rotates the vector 90 degrees clockwise around the vertical axis. Note that this is specific to minecraft's axis ordering, which is X+ left, Z+ down. 
addedX 


Returns a copy of the vector, moved by the specified offset on the X axis 
addedXZ 


Returns a copy of the vector, moved by the specified offsets on the X and Z axes 
addedY 


Returns a copy of the vector, moved by the specified offset on the Y axis 
addedZ 


Returns a copy of the vector, moved by the specified offset on the Z axis 