÷ (LogiX node)
The ÷ node divides the A input by the B input, and returns the result.
When spawned from the node browser, this node accepts the float datatype by default. However, this node can be overloaded to accept different numeric value types if an appropriate wire is connected to an input. With most datatypes connected, this node performs floating point division. Notably in this mode 0 ÷ 0 outputs the special numeric value NaN. Any non-zero number divided by zero results in the special value Infinity. If integer (int) datatypes are connected, this node performs integer division and outputs the quotient of the result (if the remainder is required instead use % (LogiX node)).
If vector datatypes are connected, e.g. float3 values, the division is calculated element-wise. For example, if inputs A and B are [10,15,20] and [2,3,4] are connected the output will be [5,5,5].
This node can be overloaded to accept some mixtures of datatypes. For example if a vector value (e.g. a float3, RGBA color value etc.) is connected to the A input a scalar value (e.g. float) can be connected to the B input. The output will be a vector with the same number of dimensions as A with all elements divided by B.