@DancingLollipop Nice Job!
What I do with sin and cos is mess around with numbers until I do something I like...
The whole point of the tutorial is so you don't do that...
Yeah, I know. I usually do leave a trail code with sin and cos, and have kind of figured out what each bit does!
How to do sine and cosine in Hopscotch:
1) Do random stuff
2) Repeat step 1 until it sorta works
3) DONE XD
I will make a video for that later!
@UptownStudios I tried sin and cos on our march madness entry. It was, let's just say surprising.
I really liked your edition, it was super happy! plus the code was interesting, i liked everything about it!
I made the ball revolve around your finger where ever you move your finger on the screen.
Link Here! Thanks for this awesome tutorial!
Using sin and cos?
TOPIC REVIVAL PROTOCOL! Go!
How many of u guys use griffen's Unicode site?
I put sine in x and cosine in y all de time
What I mean is the tutorial didn't halp meh so I said no... Ima trolololililololololol
Using Mathy stuff and triangles, I figured this out a bit early, but thanks, this clears a few things up and helps me out.
This is great! Even for me, Sine and Cosine were hard to use . Thanks for the tutorial
Such a neat and easy-to-understand tutorial! Fantastic work, @UptownStudios! I would highly recommend this how-to for everyone
No you are not It took me many tries to learn that too! It actually still works fine with sine in X and cosine in Y, except that the angles are different. Instead of 0 degrees starting on the right, it starts from the top instead.
Thank you this helped a lot!!!