POLYGON is used to produce polygons on a DIAGRAM specified by a LIST of vertices set in Points:
A POLYGON will be required for creating triangles, quadrilaterals that are not rectangles, pentagons, and so forth.
A POLYGON will always be an enclosed shape—line between the last and first vertices will be drawn automatically (ie. you don’t have to repeat the first vertex to force closure).
|Points:||List of point coordinates representing polygon vertices: x1, y1, x2, y2, x3, y3, … Three points are minimum requirement. DORs and Expressions allowed|
|Show if:||Logical expression, if FALSE then shape NOT shown else default→TRUE|
|Fill Style:||Select fill style from list (default→Opaque, Black)|
|Line Style:||Select line style from list. default→Transparent|
|Transform:||Select one or more transforms from list. Order selected is order applied.|
|Delimiter:||Character to delimit object references in Points:|
The use of object references in the Points: parameter referencing LIST's containing X and Y coordinate values is a powerful way to define a POLYGON. These list objects are typically generated using INTERLEAVE.