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<p>You can control a kig construction by means of a "pykig"
python script, that can be executed with the command
<code>pykig.py</code>. Here is a nice example
(<code>hexagons.kpy</code>) you can try:
<code><pre>
kigdocument.hideobjects()
def hexagons (c, v, n):
hexagon = PolygonBCV (c, v, 6)
if n &lt;= 0:
hexagon.show()
for i in range(6):
PolygonSide (hexagon, i, True)
return
cnew = MidPoints (c, v)
hexagons (cnew, v, n-1)
for k in [2,4]:
v1 = PolygonVertex (hexagon, k)
cnew = MidPoints (c, v1)
hexagons (cnew, v1, n-1)
hexagons (Point(0,0), Point(1,0), 5)
</pre></code>
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<p>You can repeat the latest construction simply by pressing the key
'Z'; this comes in very handy if you need to construct a sequence
of objects with the same construction, especially if there is
no shortcut for that construction.</p>
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<p>Kig has more than 20 objects and 10 transformations with more than 80
constructions you can use in your documents: open the <em>Objects</em>
menu to see them all.</p>
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<p>When you construct a locus, you can click on it with the <em>right</em> mouse
button and select <em>cartesian equation</em> to see its cartesian equation,
whenever it is an algebraic curve of low degree.</p>
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This Kig file uses an object of type "%1", which is obsolete, you should save the construction with a different name and check that it works as expected.
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242.
Conic Arc by Center and Three Points
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243.
Construct a conic arc with given center through three points.
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244.
Conic Arc by Five Points
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Construct a conic arc through five points.
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Apply a similitude to an object (the sequence of a scaling and rotation around a center)
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Located in misc/builtin_stuff.cc:444
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