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 +===== Chord (Comando) =====
 +==== Formato ====
 +**chord** //x_expr//, //y_expr//, //​width_expr//,​ //​height_expr//,​ //​startangle_expr//,​ //​widthangle_expr//​\\
 +**chord** ( //x_expr//, //y_expr//, //​width_expr//,​ //​height_expr//,​ //​startangle_expr//,​ //​widthangle_expr//​ )
 +==== Descripción ====
 +Dibuja una área delimitada por un arco y una cuerda (segmento) del círculo o elipse inscrita por el rectángulo definido por x_expr, y_expr, width_expr, height_expr (valores x, y , largo y ancho) \\ 
 +Draws an area bounded by an arc and chord (segment) of the circle or ellipse inside the bounding rectangle defined by //x_expr//, //y_expr//, //​width_expr//,​ and //​height_expr//​. ​ 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. ​
 +Como se puede ver en el ejemplo posterior chord se puede utilizar para crear un círculo o una elipse si definimos el ancho angular como 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).
 +==== Ejemplo ====
 +# chord_example.kbs
 +# 2012-12-29 j.m.reneau
 +# example of chord statement added on
 +color black
 +rect 140,​50,​20,​150
 +color blue
 +chord 0,​0,​300,​200,​radians(-60),​ radians(120)
 +chord 100,​175,​60,​50,​radians(90),​radians(180)
 +color green
 +chord 200,​200,​25,​75,​0,​pi*2
 +==== Ver También ====
 +{{page>​en:​start#​Graphics - Drawing&​noheader}}
 +==== History ====
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