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Old 11-28-2007, 09:57 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by kaiser View Post
Hi, thanks for you reply.
I know that all it matters its what i think. I am just worried that i might not be able to compete with those who are much more skilled in maths. I want to know how difficult will it be for someone who is seriously bad in maths to program efficiently or even survive in the industry. (i didn't really pay attention during my secondary school days.)
I do not want to waste a few years in digipen to only realize that i cant survive as a game programmer.
Okay, let me try another method.

I am gameplay programmer. I suck at maths. .

Honestly, I know how to use matrices, vectors and quats and apply them to problems, but I don't understand the actually mathematics behind it. As long as you are willing to learn on the job as you hit these problems, you won't have a problem.
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