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Rotator Difference Blueprint Node

In the CPP lib, there is this useful function:

 FORCEINLINE FRotator FRotator::operator-( const FRotator &R ) const
     return FRotator( Pitch-R.Pitch, Yaw-R.Yaw, Roll-R.Roll );

Shouldn't there be a Blueprint node that does the same? Am I missing something?

(Yes I know how to implement one myself, but it seems like it should be fundamental.)

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asked Nov 24 '14 at 05:43 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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David Lowerre
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I was right! It is fundamental. It is just named differently: Delta


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answered Nov 25 '14 at 09:24 PM

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avatar image protothesis Nov 30 '17 at 08:11 AM

This really helped me tonight. I knew there was a way, but I would have never stumbled upon this myself. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge!

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