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;Segment( <Point>, <Point> )
; Segment[Point A, Point B]: Creates a segment between two points ''A'' and ''B''.
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:Creates a segment between two points.  
; Segment[Point A, Number a]: Creates a segment with length ''a'' and starting point ''A''.
 
: Note: The endpoint of the segment is created as well.  
 
  
Note: Also see tools [[Segment between Two Points Tool|Segment between Two Points]] and [[Segment with Given Length from Point Tool|Segment with Given Length from Point]].
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;Segment( <Point>, <Length> )
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:Creates a segment with the given length starting at the point.
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*When computing intersections with other objects, only intersections lying on the segment are considered. To change this,  you can use [[Intersect Tool#Outlying_Intersections|Outlying Intersections]] option.
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*See also [[File:Mode segment.svg|link=|24px]] [[Segment_Tool|Segment]] and [[File:Mode segmentfixed.svg|link=|24px]] [[Segment_with_Given_Length_Tool|Segment_with_Given_Length]] tools.}}

Latest revision as of 17:15, 7 October 2017


Segment( <Point>, <Point> )
Creates a segment between two points.
Segment( <Point>, <Length> )
Creates a segment with the given length starting at the point.
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