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;Prism( <Point>, <Point>, ... )
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:Returns a prism defined by the given points.
;Prism[ <Point>, <Point>, ...]
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:{{example| 1=<div><code><nowiki>Prism(A, B, C, D)</nowiki></code> creates the prism with base ABC and top DEF. The vectors AD, BE, CF are equal.</div>}}
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;Prism( <Polygon>, <Point> )
;Prism[ <Polygon>, <Point>]
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:Creates a prism with the given polygon as base and the point as first top point.
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:{{example| 1=<div><code><nowiki>Prism(poly1, A)</nowiki></code> creates a prism with base ''poly1'' and top point ''A''.</div>}}
;Prism[ <Polygon>, <Height value>]
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;Prism( <Polygon>, <Height value> )
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:Creates a right prism with the polygon as base and given height.
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:{{example| 1=<div><code><nowiki>Prism(poly1, 3)</nowiki></code> creates a prism with base ''poly1'' and height 3.</div>}}
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{{Note| See also [[File:Mode prism.svg|link=|24px]] [[Prism Tool|Prism]] and [[Image:Mode extrusion.svg|link=|24px]] [[Extrude to Prism or Cylinder Tool|Extrude to Prism]] tools.}}

Latest revision as of 13:03, 30 September 2017


Prism( <Point>, <Point>, ... )
Returns a prism defined by the given points.
Example:
Prism(A, B, C, D) creates the prism with base ABC and top DEF. The vectors AD, BE, CF are equal.
Prism( <Polygon>, <Point> )
Creates a prism with the given polygon as base and the point as first top point.
Example:
Prism(poly1, A) creates a prism with base poly1 and top point A.
Prism( <Polygon>, <Height value> )
Creates a right prism with the polygon as base and given height.
Example:
Prism(poly1, 3) creates a prism with base poly1 and height 3.
Note: See also Mode prism.svg Prism and Mode extrusion.svg Extrude to Prism tools.
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