Geomview For Windows?
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> I disagree--the data is there, I think it is a matter of hidden line > (surface) removal. For example, suppose I had a plane (a square) and > a cube... There is no way to cause geomview itself to draw only that part of the square that lies inside the cube, which was my point when I said that geomview does no geometric computations. If you wanted to do that you would need to write an external module which computes the desired shape and sends it to geomview (it is possible to have this happen on the fly, as the user rotates things...). You might consider, however, making your cube (or whatever your shape is) out of a "wire mesh" instead of having it be solid (this requires changing the data --- it can't be done inside geomview). Then you could see through it to its inside.
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