Now let us return to the subject with which we began this chapter. As you will recall, we create points simply by indicating their coordinates on the screen. We also mentioned that with the DDPTYPE command we can select a different point style for display. Now let's look at two more options for creating points on the perimeters of other objects. These points are often very useful as references to create other drawings.
The DIVIDE command creates points on the perimeter of another object at intervals such that it divides it into the indicated number of parts. For its part, the GRADUA command places points on the perimeter of the objects in the intervals specified by the distance captured.