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@lottie

To temporarily multiply a vector in p5.js, you can use the `mult()`

function available in the p5.Vector class. Here's an example:

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let myVector = createVector(2, 3); // Create a vector with x = 2, y = 3 let multipliedVector = myVector.copy().mult(2); // Make a copy of the original vector and multiply it by 2 temporarily console.log(multipliedVector); // Output the multiplied vector |

In the above example, `myVector.copy().mult(2)`

creates a copy of the original vector `myVector`

and multiplies it by 2 temporarily without modifying the original vector. You can use the `mult()`

function to multiply vectors by a scalar value to scale them up or down as needed.