The title is basically the whole thread…

I can’t find anything on this, and I have no idea how to do it.

And apparently no one else does, or it seems like it.

The title is basically the whole thread…

I can’t find anything on this, and I have no idea how to do it.

And apparently no one else does, or it seems like it.

You don’t explain much about how you want chunks to be processed- but really all you need is a function that takes a Vector3 input and can output what chunk it exists in (this way you can call this function to determine if a chunk is viable or not. I’ve always used modulus for this.

This function can be wrote like so:

```
local C_SIZE = 5 -- Chunk size (5 = 5x5)
local function getChunkByVector(Vector)
local X, Z = math.floor(Vector.X), math.floor(Vector.Z)
local X_Iteration, Z_Iteration = 0, 0
local X_Final, Z_Final = false, false
repeat X -= 1 X_Iteration += 1 until (X%C_SIZE) == 0 or X_Iteration > C_SIZE
repeat Z -= 1 Z_Iteration += 1 until (Z%C_SIZE) == 0 or Z_Iteration > C_SIZE
X_Final = if X_Iteration <= C_SIZE then X else false
Z_Final = if Z_Iteration <= C_SIZE then Z else false
if X_Final and Z_Final then
return X_Final, Z_Final
else
warn("Function timed out...")
end
end
```

You can then do whatever you like to with your system. Use what it returns to construct and evaluate the magnitude between that chunk’s location and the HumanoidRootPart. If the resulting magnitude is less than 150, then you know the chunk exists in your grid.

If you’re using this for a placement system you can cache which chunks are in use and what objects exist inside of them.