Returns the maximum (signed) component value of this vector. Note that this is not the absolute maximum, but the signed maximum, so that a vector of x=-10.0, y=5.0, z=1.0 will return 5.0, not -10.0.

C# Syntax

Double SIVector3.MaxComponent();

Scripting Syntax

oFloat = SIVector3.MaxComponent();

Return Value

Floating point value (maximum signed component value of this vector).


Python Example

# Create 3D vectors.
v1 = XSIMath.CreateVector3( -10.0, 5.0, 1.0 )
max = v1.MaxComponent()
Application.LogMessage( max )
# Expected result
#INFO : 5.0

See Also

SIVector3.MaxComponentIndex SIVector3.MinComponent SIVector3.MinComponentIndex SIVector3 SIMatrix3 SIMatrix4 SIRotation SITransformation SIQuaternion