Geometry Scripting?

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I want to write a script to find the nth Brillouin zone of a reciprocal net and show how it can be transposed into the 1st Brillouin zone. Kig has python scripting built into it, but it seems to be extremely limited in its use, since a script can only return a single object at a time. I'm starting to think that I should just forego having a geometry program built overtop the script, but if any of you know whether there is a good geometry program with scripting, or know of a tutorial on scripting in kig or kseg or something, I would be really appreciative.

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robphy
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Hey, thanks. I already wrote the script in python so this might be good to make it shinier and faster or something.
 

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