# get_x_rotate_matrix(3alleg4) [opendarwin man page]

get_x_rotate_matrix(3alleg4)					  Allegro manual				      get_x_rotate_matrix(3alleg4)

NAME
get_x_rotate_matrix, get_x_rotate_matrix_f - Construct X axis rotation matrices. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> void get_x_rotate_matrix(MATRIX *m, fixed r); void get_x_rotate_matrix_f(MATRIX_f *m, float r); DESCRIPTION
Construct X axis rotation matrices, storing them in m. When applied to a point, these matrices will rotate it about the X axis by the spec- ified angle (given in binary, 256 degrees to a circle format). SEE ALSO
apply_matrix(3alleg4), get_rotation_matrix(3alleg4), get_y_rotate_matrix(3alleg4), get_z_rotate_matrix(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 get_x_rotate_matrix(3alleg4)

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get_rotation_matrix(3alleg4)					  Allegro manual				      get_rotation_matrix(3alleg4)

NAME
get_rotation_matrix, get_rotation_matrix_f - Constructs X, Y, Z rotation matrices. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> void get_rotation_matrix(MATRIX *m, fixed x, fixed y, fixed z); void get_rotation_matrix_f(MATRIX_f *m, float x, float y, float z); DESCRIPTION
Constructs a transformation matrix which will rotate points around all three axes by the specified amounts (given in binary, 256 degrees to a circle format). The direction of rotation can simply be found out with the right-hand rule: Point the dumb of your right hand towards the origin along the axis of rotation, and the fingers will curl in the positive direction of rotation. E.g. if you rotate around the y axis, and look at the scene from above, a positive angle will rotate in clockwise direction. SEE ALSO
apply_matrix(3alleg4), get_transformation_matrix(3alleg4), get_vector_rotation_matrix(3alleg4), get_x_rotate_matrix(3alleg4), get_y_rotate_matrix(3alleg4), get_z_rotate_matrix(3alleg4), get_align_matrix(3alleg4), ex12bit(3alleg4), exquat(3alleg4), exstars(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 get_rotation_matrix(3alleg4)
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