NOTE: The author recommends the use of xterm.
./endoh4 < cube.txt
For example, if you are a soccer fan, try:
make all ./endoh4 < solids/archimedian-solid/a11-truncated-icosahedron.txt
This program is formatted as the net for a tetrahedron. (hint, try feeding the program it’s own source code). When it runs there is an animation for the computation to work out the convex hull.
This is a convex polyhedron viewer, which:
This simple spec involves many details.
(Note that this program does not use
I think it conforms with both C89 and C99. I confirmed that it worked on gcc, clang, and tcc. It should not be warned with -pedantic and -Wextra.
You may want to use
tput to hide a terminal cursor.
tput civis ./endoh4 < cube.txt tput cnorm
You can change the screen size. Let the aspect ratio be about 3:1.
gcc -DS=120,40 -o endoh4 endoh4.c
The shape of this code is the geometric net of a regular tetrahedron. So, try:
./endoh4 < endoh4.c
The solids.tbz2 file includes various solid data: Platonic solids, Archimedean solids, Prisms, Antiprisms, Bipyramids, Trapezohedrons, and Johnson solids.
I created the files by using the POV-Ray scripts (1 and 2) in Wikipedia. They are copyrighted in CC BY-SA 3.0 by “User:Cyp” and “User:AndrewKepert”.
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