Is it just me or other also think
<> in IronPython examples in RhinoCommon to be very weird looking.
I’m not a programmer but I’ve always used
!= and if I haven’t used DS scripting language EKL I wouldn’t have ever known what
e.g.: (I’ll skip focusing on the two space_char indentation cuz that was already discussed)
from System import * from Rhino import * from Rhino.Commands import * from Rhino.DocObjects import * from Rhino.Input import * from scriptcontext import doc def RunCommand(): rc, obj_ref = RhinoGet.GetOneObject("Select object to duplicate", False, ObjectType.AnyObject) if rc <> Result.Success: return rc rhino_object = obj_ref.Object() geometry_base = rhino_object.DuplicateGeometry() if geometry_base <> None: if doc.Objects.Add(geometry_base) <> Guid.Empty: doc.Views.Redraw() return Result.Success if __name__ == "__main__": RunCommand()