Defines an area by connecting keypoints.
P3, . . . ,
List of keypoints defining the area (18 maximum if using keyboard
entry). At least 3 keypoints must be entered. If
P, graphical picking is enabled and all remaining arguments are ignored (valid
only in the GUI).
must be input in a clockwise or counterclockwise order around the area. This
order also determines the positive normal direction of the area according
to the right-hand rule. Existing lines between adjacent keypoints will be
used; missing lines are generated "straight" in the active coordinate system
and assigned the lowest available numbers [NUMSTR]. If
more than one line exists between two keypoints, the shorter one will be chosen.
If the area is to be defined with more than four keypoints, the required
keypoints and lines must lie on a constant coordinate value in the active
coordinate system (such as a plane or a cylinder). Areas may be redefined
only if not yet attached to a volume. Solid modeling in a toroidal coordinate
system is not recommended.