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B(nged)			     BRL-CAD User Commands		       B(nged)

NAME
       B - Clears the mged display of any currently displayed objects, then
       displays	the list of objects provided in	the parameter list.

SYNOPSIS
       B [[-A -o] | attribute name {value}...] [-s] [-C#/#/#] [-R] [objects]

DESCRIPTION
       Clears the mged display of any currently	displayed objects, then
       displays	the list of objects provided in	the parameter list. Equivalent
       to the Z	command	followed by the	command	draw _objects_.	The -C option
       provides	the user a way to specify a color that overrides all other
       color specifications including combination colors and region id-based
       colors. The -A and -o options allow the user to select objects by
       attribute. The -s option	specifies that subtracted and intersected
       objects should be drawn with solid lines	rather than dot-dash lines.
       The -R option means do not automatically	resize the view	if no other
       objects are displayed. See the draw command for a detailed description
       of the options.

EXAMPLES
       The following are run from the MGED command prompt.

       Example 1. Display a named object

       mged> B some_object
	   The display clears, and the object named some_object	is displayed.

       Example 2. Draw objects having an attribute with	a value

       mged>B -A -o Comment {First comment} Comment {Second comment}

       The display clears, then	draws objects that have	a "Comment" attribute
       with a value of either "First comment" or "Second comment."

AUTHOR
       BRL-CAD Team

BUG REPORTS
       Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to
       devs@brlcad.org

BRL-CAD				  08/29/2020			       B(nged)

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