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File:Right angle.svg



A right en:angle.

Other versions: File:Right angle dot.svg


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Created by Gustavb using Eukleides.

Right_angle.euk (Eukleides source)

A = point(0,0); B = point(0,1); C = point(1,0);
draw(A,B); draw(A,C);
mark(C,A,B,right, .6)

PS-tricks source

\psset{linecolor=black, linewidth=.5pt, arrowsize=2pt 4}


  1. Create EPS
    $ euk2eps Right_angle.euk
  2. Outline fonts
    $ eps2eps -dNOCACHE Right_angle.eps Right_angle2.eps
  3. Fix bounding box
    $ ps2epsi Right_angle2.eps Right_angle.eps
  4. Convert to Sketch
    $ pstoedit -f sk Right_angle.eps
  5. Convert to SVG
    $ skconvert Right_angle.svg
  6. Fix Right_angle.svg with Inkscape
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