Command Line 6.2.9

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3.87. rotate command

Description: This command rotates an object a given number of degrees around a specified axis.

Inline mode usage:

  • rotate -h: Displays the help file that summarizes the parameters for this command.
  • rotate –all –p <x1 y1 z1> <x2 y2 z2> <angle>: Rotates all objects from start point <x1 y1 z1> to final point <x2 y2 z2> with angle <angle>.

Interactive mode usage:

  • Invocation: rotate or rotate -all
  • Parameters:
    • Objects to rotate (when not specifying the all modifier).
    • First point of rotational axis.
    • Second point of rotational axis.
    • Angle to rotate, in degrees.

Example:

We want to create a circle lying on the XZ plane. To do this, we create a circle using the circle command. This circle will lie in the XY plane:

>circle

Center [x y z]: 0 0 0

Radius [double]: 2

Then, we will rotate this circle by 90 degrees around the Z axis. For that operation, we will use the rotate command:

> rotate

Select objects on screen (Press enter when done): // Select the circle

Select first point [x y z]: 0 0 0

Select second point [x y z]: 1 0 0

Select angle (double): 90

Circle lying in the XZ plane

 

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