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So I have been using this code to broadcast coordinates so other objects can read the properties. The problem is that when I an using a vector I cannot tell if it is in the negatives or positives. Plus when I'm using a parented set, it goes off the median object location.

import mathutils
import bge

owner = bge.logic.getCurrentController().owner
positionToCheck = owner.worldPosition
positionToCompareTo = mathutils.Vector([0,0,0])
cont = bge.logic.getCurrentController()
own = cont.owner

own["position.x"] = float(abs(owner.worldPosition.x))
own["position.y"] = float(abs(owner.worldPosition.y))

The position.x and y are properties on the given object that I make other objects read for various reasons. I'd like another way to accomplish this without a vector.

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enter image description here So this is the code I ended up using. But then I realized I can just check the worldPosition.x and y directly. So this was kind of a dumb question sorry

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