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  1. iterate over certain points

    I have this code below: i[]@TP = neighbours(0,0); foreach(int i ; @TP) { @P.y = 1; } how can I tell Houdini to just move the points insideTP array? foreach move all the points.
  2. I have been studying VEX for a couple of months , trying to making sense of some concepts still. There's 2 functions that seem to do similar things but I can't understand much the difference. What is the difference between NEARPOINTS and NEIGHBOURS? After reading the manual, it didn't provide me much understanding. Cheers D
  3. Hi, Im creating a façade of a building, the lower part of the building can have indents. on these indents another model needs to be placed. Also on the corner, a corner model needs to be placed. to specify the placement I simply use points with a copysop. These points vary from position on the Z-axis to randomize the indents and corners. I have made an example for just a representation of how it could look. The method used can be ignored. I have tried to solve this issues by creating a pointVOP and setting the distance by using a constant. This didn't work. I have no idea what I'm doing . Another approach to solve it is to detect if a point has a neighbour by selecting it with a box. Again. I have no idea what i'm doing. I hope I'm clear enough. I hope someone can help me thanks in advance Model detection.hipnc
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