Given two vectors, self and object, this function will subtract object from self to create a new vector. This can also be written as
self - object. If either argument was not created with vector.new, this function will not work as designed.
|Creates two new vectors then adds them together.|
<nowiki> local vectorA = vector.new(240, 71, -3040) local vectorB = vector.new(2553, 32, -314) local vectorC = vector.sub(vectorA, vectorB) print("My new vector has the components:", vectorC.x, vectorC.y, vectorC.z) </nowiki>
|Output||My new vector has the components: -2313 39 -2726|
Colon notation: self:sub(