I am new to grasshopper and python. My apologies for lack of terminology.
Currently trying to create a simple square that nests within a square etc. I have gotten to creating a grid of points but don’t know how to create a rectangle using the points as the four corners.
Is there someone who can tell me what rs.rectangle script I need to achieve this? Even a website reference would be good as I cannot find anything!
Thanks in advance!
If you have 4 points in order, you can create the rectangle with
The first point in the list needs to be repeated at the end to close the rectangle.
Would this be easier if I could somehow Identify my pt numbers? I was trying out a point matrix too but oddly it wasn’t giving me an error or anything in Rhino
If you want to create a nested subdivision you don’t need a grid. You can make a function that calculates midpoints and create rectangles from there.
I don’t know a function in rhinoscriptsyntax to work with rectangles so I used boundingbox to get the corners. As Helvetosaur said, you can use a polyline to create a rectangle.
I hope this helps!
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