Find points at which to cut a pair of curves so that a fillet of a specified radius fits. A fillet point is a pair of points (arrPoint0, arrPoint1) such that there is a circle of radius dblRadius tangent to curve strCurve0 at arrPoint0 and tangent to curve strCurve1 at arrPoint1.
Of all possible fillet points, this function returns the one which is the closest to the base point arrBasePoint0, arrBasePoint1. Distance from the base point is measured by the sum of arc lengths along the two curves.
Rhino.CurveFilletPoints (strCurve0, strCurve1 [, dblRadius [, arrBasePoint0 [, arrBasePoint1]]])
strCurve0 
Required. String. The identifier of the first curve object. 
strCurve1 
Required. String. The identifier of the second curve object. 
dblRadius 
Optional. Number. The fillet radius. If omitted, a radius of 1.0 is specified. 
arrBasePoint0 
Optional. Array. The base point on the first curve. If omitted, the starting point of the curve is used. 
arrBasePoint1 
Optional. Array. The base point on the second curve. If omitted, the starting point of the curve is used. 
Array 
An array of point and vector values if successful. The array elements are as follows:


Null 
If not successful, or on error. 
Dim strCurve0, strCurve1. arrFillet
strCurve0 = Rhino.AddLine(Array(0,0,0), Array(5,1,0))
strCurve1 = Rhino.AddLine(Array(0,0,0), Array(1,5,0))
arrFillet = Rhino.CurveFilletPoints(strCurve0, strCurve1)
If IsArray(arrFillet) Then
Rhino.AddPoint arrFillet(0)
Rhino.AddPoint arrFillet(1)
Rhino.AddPoint arrFillet(2)
End If