InfiniteCylinder Command

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InfiniteCylinder[ <Line>, <Radius> ]
Creates an infinite cylinder with given radius and given line as an axis of symmetry.
Example:
InfiniteCylinder[ xAxis, 2 ] creates an infinite cylinder with radius 2 and with the x-axis as axis of symmetry.
InfiniteCylinder[ <Point>, <Vector>, <Radius > ]
Creates an infinite cylinder with given radius and with axis of symmetry through a given point parallel to the vector.
InfiniteCylinder[ <Point>, <Point>, <Radius> ]
Creates an infinite cylinder with given radius and with line through two points as an axis of symmetry.
Note: See also the Cylinder command and Mode cylinder.svg Cylinder tool.
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