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Mon Jan 17 18:29:13 CET 2005
On Mon, 17 Jan 2005, Laurence Finston wrote:
> You'll have to be more specific. For example, a `path' can represent
> a straight line segment, in which case the problem reduces to
> determining whether `z' lies on that line. It could also represent an
> `ellipse', so if `z' is located at one of the corners of the
> surrounding rectangle, it lies on two tangents to the `path'.
I meant general curve. I found solution using loop to determine right
point, where tangent and curve have same direction. But I do not believe
it is the simpliest solution.
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