What Is a Geometric Constraint?

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A geometric constraint is a tool in a number of software, which enables an individual to fix the position of any element within the Boolean tree. This is so that, if a shape of the solid is shifted, the position of the constrained elements is reconfigured in accordance with the new shape.
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geometric constraint - is set relative to other geometry (ie must be smaller or bigger than etc) numeric constraint - is set as a hard number. not dependent on anything.
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