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Old   July 10, 2009, 07:19
Default Can sample work on internal surfaces which are not patches?
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Hello World.

As I have mentioned above I want to sample a surface which is neither a patch (because its internal) nor can be represented by a point and its normal because the boundaries of this surface lies inside the domain.

Can sample do this job?!

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