Commit cf7cb31e by Christophe Geuzaine

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......@@ -949,6 +949,7 @@ List of expressions are also widely used, and are defined as:
Point @{ @var{expression} @} |
<Physical> Point|Line|Surface|Volume "*" |
Point|Line|Surface|Volume In BoundingBox @{ @var{expression-list} @} |
BoundingBox Point|Line|Surface|Volume @{ @var{expression} @} |
Physical Point|Line|Surface|Volume @{ @var{expression-list} @}
@c @var{duplicata} - already implemented: should we explain this?
@end example
......@@ -969,11 +970,12 @@ permit to reference an expression sublist (whose elements are those
corresponding to the indices provided by the @var{expression-list}).
The next two cases permit to retrieve the indices of entities created
through geometrical transformations and extrusions (see
@ref{Transformations}, and @ref{Extrusions}). The last three cases
permit to retrieve the coordinates of a given geometry point
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(@pxref{Points}), to retrieve the id numbers of all points, lines,
surfaces or volumes in the model, or to retrieve the elementary entities
making up physical groups.
@ref{Transformations}, and @ref{Extrusions}). The next two cases allow
to retrieve antities in a given bounding box, or get the bounding box of
a given entity. The last three cases permit to retrieve the coordinates
of a given geometry point (@pxref{Points}), to retrieve the id numbers
of all points, lines, surfaces or volumes in the model, or to retrieve
the elementary entities making up physical groups.
To see the practical use of such expressions, have a look at the first
couple of examples in @ref{Tutorial}. Note that, in order to lighten the
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