Filled region

mikkelstouby shared this idea 6 years ago
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Hi,


In 3D you have the Surface-command. It would be highly useful to have something similar in 2D. That is a command


Region[<expression>,<expresion>,<parameter>,<min>,<max>,<parameter>,<min>,<max>]


The unit disc (with filling but without any boundary) could be drawn using:


Region[r*cos(v),r*sin(v),r,0,1,v,0,2*pi]


(I already know that there are easy ways to get the same picture but I just wanted an example to illustrate the syntax.)


I have no idea whether this will be easy or hard to do but I have great confidence in the developers as they have already amazed me numerous times before.

If It can be done it would make it a lot simpler to color regions in 2D.


Best regards,

Mikkel

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