Cone Command

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Cone( <Circle>, <Height> )
Creates a cone with given base and height.
Cone( <Point>, <Point>, <Radius> )
Creates a cone with vertex (second point), circle center (first point) and given radius.
Cone( <Point>, <Vector>, <Angle α> )
Creates an infinite cone with given point as vertex, axis of symmetry parallel to the given vector and apex angle 2α.
Note: This command yields undefined if angle ≥ \mathrm{\mathsf{ \frac{\pi}{2} }}.
Note: See also InfiniteCone command, the Mode cone.svg Cone tool and the Mode conify.svg Extrude to Pyramid or Cone tool, that operates by dragging or selecting a circle and entering altitude to create a right circular cone.
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