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Old   March 14, 2010, 01:39
Default Help with Python in CFD-GEOM
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I'm using CFD-GEOM to create some curves based on expression, but unfortunately the only way to create these complex curves is using Python(seems)

I have no problem with Python itself, but I just can not find the module name I need to import. I have a manual of 2002 version, but so sad that they changed almost all the previous module names like they merged GPoint, GCurve to GGeometry

I don't know what's the new module name of other previous modules

And I just tried everything I can to find the related articles on Internet, but, none so far

So could anyone please kindly tell me where can I find these tutorial, a list of all the module names recognized by the current CFD-ACE suite will be more than helpful to me

THanks in advance

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