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Simple Spline Curves
Click and drag each of the four control points to see the effect on the form of the spline curves. Select either Bezier or Cubic splines.
Contributed by:
Richard Phillips
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Rob Morris
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Simple Spline Curves
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Contributed by:
Richard Phillips
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Rob Morris
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