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## Re: Defining a "point"

**From**: |
Juan Pablo Carbajal |

**Subject**: |
Re: Defining a "point" |

**Date**: |
Sat, 28 Dec 2019 21:08:02 +0100 |

>* Yes I installed. But couldn't find createPoint function (or other).*
Point is a 2x1 array, so it is just P = [x y]
There is no more complexity needed than this, and this is the
underlying abstraction for point in geometry and matgeom.
It gets a little bit more abstract for lines because there are several
way to define them (the same for circles, rays, etc...)
For polygons it gets back to a simple N-by-2 array, so there is no
createPolygon (there are some regular and special polygons though).
Regards

**Defining a "point"**, *sb*, `2019/12/28`
**Re: Defining a "point"**, *Doug Stewart*, `2019/12/28`
**Re: Defining a "point"**, *sb*, `2019/12/28`
**Re: Defining a "point"**, *Kai Torben Ohlhus*, `2019/12/28`
**Re: Defining a "point"**, *sb*, `2019/12/28`
**Re: Defining a "point"**, *Jose Ramom Flores das Seixas*, `2019/12/28`
**Re: Defining a "point"**, *sb*, `2019/12/28`
**Re: Defining a "point"**,
*Juan Pablo Carbajal* **<=**
**Re: Defining a "point"**, *Kai Torben Ohlhus*, `2019/12/28`