Tuesday, October 9, 2012
spiral recursion | rhinoscript - python
In this tutorial I introduce the concept of recursion by writing a script that produces a spiral form from a single line. This type of recursion recursively calls a function from within itself - inputting the new data it produces, creating an endless loop. The script can be downloaded here. Total Length: 28.51
Posted by Glenn Wilcox at 8:01 AM
Labels: python, Rhino, Rhinoscript
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Thanks for the tutorial!
You were asking about why your computer instead of spacing was actually deleting what it had in front. If you have PC, what you need to press is the 'insert' button. Instead of deleting, it inserts a blank space between letters.
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