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Manual Reference Pages  -  RPP-CAP (n)

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NAME

rpp-cap - Creates an ARB6 with the specified height at a particular face of the given RPP.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

rpp-cap {rppname newname face height} [0] [1]

DESCRIPTION

Creates an ARB6 with the specified height at a particular face of the given RPP. The optional 0 and 1 refer to the orientation of the ARB6. If 0 is chosen, the peaks of the ARB6 are positioned at the midpoint between the first and second points and at the midpoint between the third and fourth points of the specified face. If 1 is chosen, the peaks of the ARB6 are positioned at the midpoint between the first and fourth points and at the midpoint between the second and third points of the specified face. The default is 0.

EXAMPLES

The two examples show the use of the rpp-cap command to create an ARB6 with the specified height at a particular face of a given RPP. The second example shows the use of the "1" option.

Example 1. Create an ARB6 shape with a specified height from a given RPP face.

mged>rpp-cap rpp.s cap.s 1234 20

Creates an ARB6 shape named cap.s that extends 20 units from the 1234 face of the RPP. The peaks of the ARB6 will be at the midpoint between points 1 and 2 and at the midpoint between points 3 and 4.

Example 2. Create an ARB6 shape with a specified height from a given RPP face and having peaks between points 1 and 4 and between 2 and 3.

mged>rcc-cap rcc.s cap.s 1234 20 1

Creates an ARB6 shape named cap.s that extends 20 units from the 1234 face of the RPP. The peaks of the ARB6 will be at the midpoint between point 1 and 4 and at the midpoint between points 2 and 3.

AUTHOR

BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS

Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to <devs@brlcad.org>, or via the "cadbug.sh" script.

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