Manage the quadrangles of the document.

Add a quadrangle in the document:

quad_1 = doc.addQuad(edge_1, edge_2, edge_3, edge_4)
quad_2 = doc.addQuadVertices(vertex_1, vertex_2, vertex_3, vertex_4)

Notice: the vertices and edges follow the outline of the quadrangle.

Get the number of all quadrangles of the document:

sum_a = doc.countQuad()

Get the number of used quadrangles in the model of blocks:

sum_u = doc.countUsedQuad()

Get the quads used by the model of blocks

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used_quads = []

for i in range( doc.countUsedQuad() ):
    quad_i = doc.getUsedQuad(i)

Get a quadrangle of the document:

quad_i = doc.getQuad(i)

Get an edge of a quadrangle:

edge_e = quad_i.getEdge(0 or 1 or 2 or 3)

Get a vertex of a quadrangle:

vertex_v = quad_i.getVertex(0 or 1 or 2 or 3)

Find a quadrangle in the document:

quad_f = doc.findQuad(vertex_1, vertex_2)

More operations: Quad inherits Element.

GUI command: Quadrangle