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Subject: Re: How to get angle and speed to reach a movable point



Hans,

There are some cases where if A is slower than B it can still catch
him.
Let=B4s consider that A is in (0,0) and B in (0,100). If B starts moving
south they will meet eventually.

Another example is the following. A is in (0,0) and B in (50,100). If B
starts moving southwest, there will be a moment that it will be very
close to A (it doesn=B4t have to be 0,0)
If A starts moving towards that direction even if its speed is slower,
it will catch B.

Does you algorithm include that condition?

Thanks for your help


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