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Re: [Closed REQ 5065]: geomview question: polygons with holes
> Suppose my 3D object looks like a cube with a hole drilled through it. > Thus, the top face and bottom faces of this object are indeed a > polygons with a hole. Is there any way for me to display my object > using geomview? Yes. You just have to represent the faces containing the hole with a union of holeless polygons. E.g. a square with a square hole could be split into two pieces as follows: _________ | /| | _____/ | | | | | | | | | | |_____| | | / | |/________| In fact, for this simple example you could actually represent this with the following single polygon, two of whose edges happen to be the same edge (the diagonal line). _________ | /| | _____/ | | | | | | | | | | |_____| | | | |_________| --Mark
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