Graph updating function
At its most fundamental level math is the manipulation of symbols that represent numbers. We provided 3 as input and ended up with 4 as output. A shorter way to write this would be as an input-output pair, like (3,4). Drag the cube from the hierarchy window into the project window.Solving an equation boils down to rewriting one set of symbols so it becomes another—usually shorter—set of symbols. This will create a new asset, with a blue cube icon, known as a prefab.If large changes are made, like adding or removing a component, the relationship between prefab and instance will be broken.We're going to use a script to create instances of the prefab, so we no longer need the cube instance that is currently in the scene. At this point, entering play mode will produce a single cube at the origin, provided that the prefab asset's position is set to zero.The rules of mathematics dictate how this rewriting can be done. It is a pre-fabricated game object that exists in the project, but not in a scene. If you change the prefab asset, all instances of it in any scene are changed in the same way.For example, changing the prefab's scale will also change the scale of the cube that's still in the scene.
Repeat the instantiation and positioning code, then add the multiplication to the new code.Like we adjusted the local rotation of the handles of the clock in Game Objects and Scripts, we'll adjust the local position of the point via its When entering play mode now, we still get one cube, just at a slightly different position.