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==> <id>http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9365971/xna-position-change-using-math-sin/9366034?cid=11833115#9366034</id>
    <title type="text">Comment by Jon Skeet on XNA Position Change using Math.Sin</title>
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        <name>Jon Skeet</name>
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    <published>2012-02-20T23:28:21Z</published>   
    <updated>2012-02-20T23:28:21Z</updated>
    <summary type="html">@ksandarusi: That sounds very unlikely - 1 &lt;i&gt;after&lt;/i&gt; multiplication by 100? Have you logged &lt;code&gt;gameTime.ElapsedGameTime.TotalSeconds&lt;/code&gt; as well?</summary>
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It would be nice if the comment permalinks could be used instead.

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