geometryOne |
Base |
The first geometry to measure the angle to. This can be any 3D point geometry (Construction Point, Vertex, SketchPoint, or Point3D), any 3D linear geometry (Construction Axis, linear BRepEdge, SketchLine, Line3D, or InfiniteLine3D), or any planar geometry (Construction Plane, planar BRepFace, or Plane). |

geometryTwo |
Base |
The second geometry to measure the angle to. This can be any 3D point geometry (Construction Point, Vertex, SketchPoint, or Point3D), any 3D linear geometry (Construction Axis, linear BRepEdge, SketchLine, Line3D, or InfiniteLine3D), or any planar geometry (Construction Plane, planar BRepFace, or Plane). |

geometryThree |
Base |
The optional third geometry to measure the angle to. This is only used when the first two geometries are points and this defines the third point. When three points define a triangle, the apex of the triangle is defined by the second point. A point can be defined by a Construction Point, Vertex, SketchPoint, or Point3D object.
This is an optional argument whose default value is null. |