RotateText Command

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RotateText( <Text>, <Angle> )
Returns text rotated by given angle. LaTeX is used for rendering of the result.
Example: RotateText("a = 5", 45°)

  • The text needs to be enclosed in double quotes ".
  • The text is rotated around the top left corner (also known as corner 4) of the box containing the text, and placed at the origin of the coordinate system.
Example: If you want to place the text "GeoGebra", rotated by 42°, at point (6,6), use the command Text(RotateText("GeoGebra", 42°), (6, 6),true,true)
  • The angle is in radians unless you explicitly use the degree symbol °.
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