triangulate plot data
a POLYGONS or POINTS structure
zero or more options as described below.
The triangulate command takes a POLYGONS or POINTS structure and returns a POLYGONS structure containing a set of triangles which cover the region defined by p.
If p is a POLYGONS structure, the result is a POLYGONS structure consisting only of triangles which covers the region defined by p. Note the polygons in the input p are not required to be convex.
If p is a POINTS structure, the result is a POLYGONS structure consisting only of triangles in which every point in p appears as a corner of some triangle.
The options opts should consist of options supported by plottools[polygon].
pts ≔ 391,374,240,431,252,340,374,320,289,214,134,390,68,186,154,259,161,107,435,108,208,148,295,160,421,212,441,303
P ≔ plottools:-polygon⁡pts
Q ≔ triangulate⁡P,style=line
The plottools[triangulate] command was introduced in Maple 2020.
For more information on Maple 2020 changes, see Updates in Maple 2020.
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