"list" command - control of decimal places?


#1

Is there a way to control the number of digits after the decimal place within the “list” command output? I have a mesh object (which was provided to me) which I am trying to extract the vertices out from Rhino (the “list” command will work perfectly for this for me), but the vertices are shown with less precision than I desire.

It is specific to this file, since a file that I create does not have this limitation. I know there are more significant digits available by analyzing a vertex - the resulting numbers show to Rhino’s normal units settings.

For example:

List output for one mesh triangle:

3 mesh vertices:
  m_V[0] = (-7940.61,54992.1,10746.6)
  m_V[1] = (-8011.88,53911.3,11081.1)
  m_V[2] = (-7943.06,54739.9,11851.8)

Command: _EvaluatePt
Point in world coordinates = -7940.611,54992.078,10746.597 CPlane coordinates = -7940.611,54992.078,10746.597
Point in world coordinates = -8011.881,53911.309,11081.149 CPlane coordinates = -8011.881,53911.309,11081.149
Point in world coordinates = -7943.060,54739.879,11851.794 CPlane coordinates = -7943.060,54739.879,11851.794

Attached is that triangle saved into a separate rhino file - in case somebody needs to see the data and find a way to resolve this question.

Thanks!

one mesh triangle.3dm (157.2 KB)


(Pascal Golay) #2

See if running TestDoublePrecisionMesh on this mesh helps at all.

-Pascal


#3

YES, it does! Thank you! Rhino Rocks!