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|description=:Create an arc as part of a [[CONTOUR]] definition.  
 
|description=:Create an arc as part of a [[CONTOUR]] definition.  
  
|param1=<xc>|param1_desc={{xc}}
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|param1=<xc>|param1_desc={{set arc xc}}
|param2=<yc>|param2_desc={{yc}}
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|param2=<yc>|param2_desc={{set arc yc}}
|param3=<xe>|param3_desc={{xe}}
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|param3=<xe>|param3_desc={{set arc xe}}
|param4=<ye>|param4_desc={{ye}}
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|param4=<ye>|param4_desc={{set arc ye}}
|param5=<ze> (Optional, default zero)|param5_desc={{ze}}
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|param5=<ze> (Optional, default zero)|param5_desc={{set arc ze}}
 
|param6=<CW/CCW>|param6_desc={{CW/CCW}}
 
|param6=<CW/CCW>|param6_desc={{CW/CCW}}
 
}}
 
}}

Revision as of 16:47, 29 July 2010

Command

ARC
ARC <xc>, <yc>, <xe>, <ye>, [<ze>], <CW/CCW>


Create an arc as part of a CONTOUR definition.

Parameters

<xc>
X value of the arc center
<yc>
Y value of the arc center
<xe>
X value of the arc end
<ye>
Y value of the arc end
<ze> (Optional, default zero)
Z value of the arc end
<CW/CCW>
Clockwise / Counter-Clockwise

Example

ARC 0.5, 0.5, 4, 0, cw
For an example macro see Create_Contour.mac