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|description=This command is used to create a circle where a given point lies on the circle and the given line intersects both side of the given circle, therefore there are 8 different options.
  
|param1=<circle>|param1_desc= The number of the circle (1 to 100) to be defined.This is a number used by the macro to create other geometry.
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|param1=<circle number>|param1_desc= The number of the circle (1 to 100) to be defined.This is a number used by the macro to create other geometry.
 
|param2=<line>|param2_desc= This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format L(Number).
 
|param2=<line>|param2_desc= This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format L(Number).
 
|param3=<circle>|param3_desc= This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format C(number).
 
|param3=<circle>|param3_desc= This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format C(number).

Revision as of 16:48, 13 July 2010

Command

CIRCLE_LCR <circle number>, <line>, <circle>, <radius>, <option>


This command is used to create a circle where a given point lies on the circle and the given line intersects both side of the given circle, therefore there are 8 different options.

Parameters

<circle number>
The number of the circle (1 to 100) to be defined.This is a number used by the macro to create other geometry.
<line>
This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format L(Number).
<circle>
This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format C(number).
<radius>
The radius of a circle in either inches or mm (inches are default).
<option>
A value between 1 and 8 for choosing different options when creating objects.

Example

- CIRCLE_LCR 4, 6, 1, 3, 7