Set Line Join
The Set Line Join function specifies how the joints of thick (greater than one screen pixel) polylines are rendered.
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|Extended ASCII||(LineJoin||<ws><TJoin>)||Defines how subsequent lines are rendered|
Join An ASCII text string that describes how the joints of multisegment thick polylines are rendered
The Set Line Join opcode specifies how the joints of subsequent thickened multisegment polylines are rendered. For more information about various line joins, see figure 19. Caps and joins, in the "Set Line Cap" section of this chapter.
The possible values for Join include the following:
miter - A miter line join where the two line segments are extended past the join to a point
bevel - A bevel join where the gap between the two line segments at the join is filled with a triangle
round - A round join where the gap between the two line segments at the join is filled with a circular wedge
The default line cap is a butt end and is equivalent to
Implementation in WHIP! Versions
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