public static float LerpUnclamped
(float a,
float b,
float t);

a | The start value. |

b | The end value. |

t | The interpolation between the two floats. |

**float**
The float value as a result from the linear interpolation.

Linearly interpolates between `a`

and `b`

by `t`

with no limit to `t`

.

The parameter `t`

is not clamped and a value based on `a`

and `b`

is supported. If `t`

is less than zero, or greater than one, then LerpUnclamped
will result in a return value outside the range `a`

to `b`

.

Suppose parameter `a`

= 0.33f, and `b`

= 1.5f. If interpolator `t`

= -0.25f then the return
value is 0.0375f.**Details:** The calculation (`b`

- `a`

) is 1.17f. This is scaled by 0.25f and a result of
0.2925f is obtained. Subtracting this from `a`

(because the interpolant `t`

is negative)
results in 0.0375f.

See Also: Lerp.