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The STL has lists, maps, vectors(as in array), string ect, but what about vectors(as in vector), matrices, planes and the like, is there any standard math templates out there?
Currently i'm just using my own, and thats fine if i'm the only one to read the code, but i was just wandering if there where some templates out there that everybody else was using?
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