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Using commands you can produce new and modify existing objects. Please check the list displayed on the right, where commands have been categorized with respect to their field of application, or check the full commands list for further details.

  • Press the Enter key after every input to create the corresponding object.
  • A command's result may be named by entering a label followed by an equal sign (=). In the example below, the new point is named S.
Example: To get the intersection point of two lines g and h you can enter S = Intersect[g, h] (see Intersect Command).
  • You can also use indices within the names of objects: A1 is entered as A_1 while SAB is created using S_{AB}. This is part of LaTeX syntax.
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