ts, a value for each point.This script is wrinting in C#, not C++. And of course, can be done with standard components, perhaps someone else help you with that.…
13 5 15 6 17 7 ... …
But it seems I have not been clear:
the input values (3,5,7,9,11,13) should be presented in the way of "number slider" parameter. So by increasing the value of the slider from minimum 3, to 5, 7, 9, 13, 15, 17... I should get an output numbers of 0,1,3,4,5,6,7...
So I if choose value 3 on the input "number slider", on the other end, I want 0 as an output.
Or if I choose value 5 on the input "number slider", I want 1 as an output, and so on.
Is this possible?…
cture, Rhino treats them as a single flat list. For example a surface can have 10 rows and 6 columns of control-points, resulting in a list of 60 points.
But 10 times 6 isn't the only way to get to 60. If you want to make a surface out of a list of 60 points, you'll also have to tell Rhino how those 60 points should be interpreted in terms of a grid. It could be 2*30, 3*20, 4*15, 5*12, 6*10, and all of the aforementioned products the other way around.
Sometimes there's only one way for a number of points to fit into a rectangular grid. For example if you provide 49 points, then 7*7 is the only way to make it work, but these cases are rare so we always demand you give us all the information required to actually make a rectangular grid of control-points from a linear collection.
As for "Why is it, sometimes we need to attach additional value into it?", this is usually because when you divide a domain or a curve into N segments, you end up with N+1 points. For example take the domain {0 to 5}, and divide it into 5 equal subdomains. You end up with {0 to 1}, {1 to 2}, {2 to 3}, {3 to 4} and {4 to 5}. However there are six numbers that mark the transitions between these domains 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. This is why you often have to add 1 to the UCount, because the number that controls the UCount often results in N+1 actual points.…
Added by David Rutten at 8:30am on December 25, 2014
13;2} ... 20.{13;12}
21. {21;0}22. {21;1}23. {21;2} ... 41. {21;20}
42. {34;0}43. {34;1}44. {34;2} ... 75. {34;33}
76. {55;0}77. {55;1} ... ....
I want to grab the first 8 [0-7], the next 13[8-20], the next 21[21-42] etc
so i have the (known fibonacci seq) list of numbers on the left here:
C S
8 0
13 8
21 21
34 42
55 76
89 131
144 220
233 364
and i need the list on the right, so that i can select items using a Series (N=1 and S and C from the list above) and a List Item component.
the simple question is:
is there a component that can take a list and accumulate it in this way that I need?
if not, is there anyone that can point me to a simple relevant VB example so i could easily adapt it?
many thanks,
gotjosh…
jaja, I tried a brute force method using Mathematica...lol I give it the list of values and it gave out instantly:
(1/9) * (57 + 48 * n + 15 * Cos((2 * n * Pi)/3) + Sqrt(3) * Sin((2 * n * Pi)/3) )
Added by Jesus Galvez at 7:42am on November 27, 2012