Rotate Command

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Rotate[ <Object>, <Angle> ]
Rotates the geometric object by the angle around the axis origin.
Rotate[ <Object>, <Angle>, <Point> ]
Rotates the geometric object by the angle around the given point.
Rotate[ <Object>, <Angle>, <Axis of Rotation>]
Rotates the geometric object by the angle around the given axis of rotation.
Rotate[ <Object>, <Angle>, <Point on Axis>, <Axis Direction or Plane> ]
Note:
  • Vectors are not rotated around axis origin, but around their initial point.
  • When a polygon, segment, arc, etc. is rotated, also images of the vertices / endpoints and sides (in case of polygon) are created.
  • This command also rotates images.
  • For text rotation use RotateText Command.
  • See also Mode rotatebyangle.svg Rotate around Point and Mode rotatearoundline.svg Rotate around Line tools.
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