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void Circle (void )

Default constructor 
Creates an empty Circle .

void Circle (const Point& ccenter, const real ddiameter, [const real angle_x = 0, [const real angle_y = 0, [const real angle_z = 0, [const unsigned short nnumber_of_points = DEFAULT_NUMBER_OF_POINTS ]]]])

Constructor 
Creates a Circle with radius ==
ddiameter/2 in the xz plane and centered at the origin
with nnumber_of_points Points . If any of the arguments
angle_x, angle_y, or angle_z is
!= 0 ,
the Circle is rotated around the major axes by the angles
indicated by the arguments. Finally, the
Circle is shifted such that center comes to lie at
ccenter.

void set (const Point& ccenter, const real ddiameter, [const real angle_x = 0, [const real angle_y = 0, [const real angle_z = 0]]])  Setting function 
Corresponds to the constructor above. 
Circle* create_new<Circle> (const Circle* c)  Template specializations 
Circle* create_new<Circle> (const Circle& c) 
Pseudoconstructors for dynamic allocation of Circles .
They create a Circle on the free store and allocate memory for it using
new(Circle) . They return a pointer to the new Circle .
If c is a nonzero pointer or a reference,
the new 