### Re: How to use rotate ?

JB
Jordan Brown
Tue, Jul 19, 2022 11:09 PM

On 7/19/2022 1:39 PM, Bogdan Caramalac via Discuss wrote:

End of the line now. Multmatrix doesn’t work with difference()…

Yeah, like Nophead said, multmatrix works fine with difference.  There
are only a very few combinations that "don't work", mostly around color
and rendering artifacts.

Sample program, please, and describe in words the problem that you see
in the result.

If you want to be kind to your audience (and please do!) reduce your
program to the simplest example that shows what you want to show.

On 7/19/2022 1:39 PM, Bogdan Caramalac via Discuss wrote: > > End of the line now. Multmatrix doesn’t work with difference()… > Yeah, like Nophead said, multmatrix works fine with difference.  There are only a very few combinations that "don't work", mostly around color and rendering artifacts. Sample program, please, and describe in words the problem that you see in the result. If you want to be kind to your audience (and please do!) reduce your program to the simplest example that shows what you want to show.
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fxeconomist@yahoo.com
Wed, Jul 20, 2022 3:35 PM

I made a small version and I’ve seen it works. Now I have to go back to debugging.

It seems the main plate was actually caught in a for loop.

But if I put it at the end, after the for loop, how do I export screw hole coordinates that are calculated inside ?

I don’t think this huge loop can be converted to a list comprehension.

I made a small version and I’ve seen it works. Now I have to go back to debugging. It seems the main plate was actually caught in a for loop. But if I put it at the end, after the for loop, how do I export screw hole coordinates that are calculated inside ? I don’t think this huge loop can be converted to a list comprehension.
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fxeconomist@yahoo.com
Wed, Jul 20, 2022 6:14 PM

I did the experiment however and converted the huge for loop in a list comprehension, and to my absolute shock it worked.

Data got structured on 4 levels of array nesting, but it did work.

I did the experiment however and converted the huge for loop in a list comprehension, and to my absolute shock it worked. Data got structured on 4 levels of array nesting, but it did work.