Author: Laurence D. Finston
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Last updated: January 25, 2006.
I've now added the data type paraboloid to the 3DLDF language. It corresponds to the type class Paraboloid in the C++ code. This class has two sub-classes: Elliptical_Paraboloid and Hyperbolic_Paraboloid. Objects of both of these types are referenced in the 3DLDF language by objects of type paraboloid. I've started working on paraboloids, but as of this date, they are not yet fully functional.