Edit f0 Genotype

f1 genotype is great. f4 is great, too. And there are other in
developpement. BUT there is still the fundamental f0 genotype, which
is used for the simulation. It describes the exact position of
all sticks in 3D space. So: why is it not possible to edit the f0
genotype??? If I understood it correctly, it would be possible to
create cube-frams or rings, and other frams, which can't be
described with the current f* genotypes.

### sample f0 genotype

On Fri, 1 Sep 2000, Jean-Luc Herren wrote:

> f1 genotype is great. f4 is great, too. And there are other in
> developpement. BUT there is still the fundamental f0 genotype, which
> is used for the simulation. It describes the exact position of
> all sticks in 3D space. So: why is it not possible to edit the f0
> genotype??? If I understood it correctly, it would be possible to
> create cube-frams or rings, and other frams, which can't be
> described with the current f* genotypes.

Technically, you CAN enter f0 genotypes. You can try; cut-and-paste
the genotype below. The problem is that full documentation for f0
is not available at this time.
cheers,

/*0*/
p:1,0,1
p:0.5,-1,1
p:-1,-0.5,1
p:-1,0.5,1
p:0.5,1,1
p:1.5,-0.25,2
p:1,-2,0
p:-1.5,-1.5,0
p:-1.5,1.5,0
p:1,2,0
p:1.5,0.25,2
j:0,1
j:1,2
j:2,3
j:3,4
j:4,0
j:0,5
j:1,6
j:2,7
j:3,8
j:4,9
j:0,10

### Re: sample f0 genotype

And partial documentation ?-)

> On Fri, 1 Sep 2000, Jean-Luc Herren wrote:
>
> > f1 genotype is great. f4 is great, too. And there are other in
> > developpement. BUT there is still the fundamental f0 genotype, which
> > is used for the simulation. It describes the exact position of
> > all sticks in 3D space. So: why is it not possible to edit the f0
> > genotype??? If I understood it correctly, it would be possible to
> > create cube-frams or rings, and other frams, which can't be
> > described with the current f* genotypes.
>
> Technically, you CAN enter f0 genotypes. You can try; cut-and-paste
> the genotype below. The problem is that full documentation for f0
> is not available at this time.
> cheers,
>
> /*0*/
> p:1,0,1
> p:0.5,-1,1
> p:-1,-0.5,1
> p:-1,0.5,1
> p:0.5,1,1
> p:1.5,-0.25,2
> p:1,-2,0
> p:-1.5,-1.5,0
> p:-1.5,1.5,0
> p:1,2,0
> p:1.5,0.25,2
> j:0,1
> j:1,2
> j:2,3
> j:3,4
> j:4,0
> j:0,5
> j:1,6
> j:2,7
> j:3,8
> j:4,9
> j:0,10

### Re: sample f0 genotype

> And partial documentation ?-)