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|param1=<point number>|param1_desc=  The number of the point (1 to 100) to be defined.This is a number used by the macro to create other geometry.
 
|param1=<point number>|param1_desc=  The number of the point (1 to 100) to be defined.This is a number used by the macro to create other geometry.
 
|param2=<circle>|param2_desc= This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format C(Number).  
 
|param2=<circle>|param2_desc= This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format C(Number).  
|param3=<angle>|param3_desc= An angle value can be in either degrees or radians. Positive angles indicate a CCW direction, negative for CW.<br/>Use the DEGREES or RADIANS commands to switch between the two angle modes.  
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|param3=<angle>|param3_desc= An angle value can be in either degrees or radians. Positive angles indicate a CCW direction, negative for CW.<br/>Use the [[DEGREES]] or [[RADIANS]] commands to switch between the two angle modes.  
 
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Revision as of 12:17, 13 July 2010

Command

POINT_CA <point number>, <circle>, <angle>,


This is used to create a point on a circle at a certain angle from the center.

Parameters

<point number>
The number of the point (1 to 100) to be defined.This is a number used by the macro to create other geometry.
<circle>
This refers to a previously defined point (1 to 100), this should be given in the format C(Number).
<angle>
An angle value can be in either degrees or radians. Positive angles indicate a CCW direction, negative for CW.
Use the DEGREES or RADIANS commands to switch between the two angle modes.

Example

- POINT_LC 15, 12, 4