.TAS4 LDX K%+NI%,Y \ Set Q = the Y-th byte of K%+NI%, i.e. vect_x from the STX Q \ second ship data block at K% LDA XX15 \ Set A = XX15 JSR MULT12 \ Set (S R) = Q * A \ = vect_x * XX15 LDX K%+NI%+2,Y \ Set Q = the Y+2-th byte of K%+NI%, i.e. vect_y STX Q LDA XX15+1 \ Set A = XX15+1 JSR MAD \ Set (A X) = Q * A + (S R) \ = vect_y * XX15+1 + vect_x * XX15 STA S \ Set (S R) = (A X) STX R LDX K%+NI%+4,Y \ Set Q = the Y+2-th byte of K%+NI%, i.e. vect_z STX Q LDA XX15+2 \ Set A = XX15+2 JMP MAD \ Set: \ \ (A X) = Q * A + (S R) \ = vect_z * XX15+2 + vect_y * XX15+1 + \ vect_x * XX15 \ \ and return from the subroutine using a tail callName: TAS4 [Show more] Type: Subroutine Category: Maths (Geometry) Summary: Calculate the dot product of XX15 and one of the space station's orientation vectorsContext: See this subroutine in context in the source code References: This subroutine is called as follows: * DOCKIT calls TAS4

Calculate the dot product of the vector in XX15 and one of the space station's orientation vectors, as determined by the value of Y. If vect is the space station orientation vector, we calculate this: (A X) = vect . XX15 = vect_x * XX15 + vect_y * XX15+1 + vect_z * XX15+2 Technically speaking, this routine can also calculate the dot product between XX15 and the sun's orientation vectors, as the sun and space station share the same ship data slot (the second ship data block at K%). However, the sun doesn't have orientation vectors, so this only gets called when that slot is being used for the space station. Arguments: Y The space station's orientation vector: * If Y = 10, calculate nosev . XX15 * If Y = 16, calculate roofv . XX15 * If Y = 22, calculate sidev . XX15 Returns: (A X) The result of the dot product

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Workspace K% (category: Workspaces)

Ship data blocks and ship line heaps

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Subroutine MAD (category: Maths (Arithmetic))

Calculate (A X) = Q * A + (S R)

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Subroutine MULT12 (category: Maths (Arithmetic))

Calculate (S R) = Q * A

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Configuration variable: NI% = 37

The number of bytes in each ship's data block (as stored in INWK and K%)