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 en:chord [2016/09/08 11:18]admin en:chord [2016/09/08 11:20] (current)admin Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2016/09/08 11:20 admin 2016/09/08 11:18 admin 2016/09/08 11:17 admin 2016/08/12 11:40 admin 2016/08/12 11:39 admin 2016/08/12 11:38 admin 2016/08/12 11:37 admin 2016/08/12 11:36 admin 2016/08/12 11:33 admin 2016/01/01 22:40 external edit 2016/09/08 11:20 admin 2016/09/08 11:18 admin 2016/09/08 11:17 admin 2016/08/12 11:40 admin 2016/08/12 11:39 admin 2016/08/12 11:38 admin 2016/08/12 11:37 admin 2016/08/12 11:36 admin 2016/08/12 11:33 admin 2016/01/01 22:40 external edit Line 11: Line 11: ==== Description ==== ==== Description ==== - Draws an area bounded by an arc and chord (segment) of the circle or ellipse inside the bounding rectangle defined by [[numericexpressions|x_position]],​ [[numericexpressions|y_position]],​ [[numericexpressions|width]],​ and [[numericexpressions|height]].  The center of the circle/ellipse will be in the center of the rectangle.  The angles are defined from the 12 o'​clock position in a clockwise direction in radians. ​ + Draws an area bounded by an arc and chord (segment) of the circle or ellipse inside the rectangle defined by a bounding rectangle ​(defined by [[numericexpressions|x_position]],​ [[numericexpressions|y_position]],​ [[numericexpressions|width]],​ and [[numericexpressions|height]]) or by a square bounding a circle ​(defined by [[numericexpressions|center_x_position]],​ [[numericexpressions|center_y_position]],​ [[numericexpressions|radius]]).    The angles are defined from the 12 o'​clock position in a clockwise direction in radians. ​ As seen in the example below a chord may be used to draw a filled circle or an ellipse by defining the angular width to go all the way around (2*pi). As seen in the example below a chord may be used to draw a filled circle or an ellipse by defining the angular width to go all the way around (2*pi).
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