From: "Zeeshan " <>
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Subject: Re: How to avoid nested for loops
Date: Fri, 2 Jul 2010 06:02:21 +0000 (UTC)
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"Roger Stafford" <> wrote in message <i0jtio$agm$>...
> "Zeeshan " <> wrote in message <i0jrkt$44o$>...
> > Hi Roger 
> > 
> > I want to plot a 2D mesh of spherical pore bodies connected with throats. The 2D mesh could be a diamond lattice. The spherical pore bodies is of volume ((4 &#960;/3 )r3 ) = l3  and the throat bodies are cylindrical which are of length l and have randomly chosen cross sectional area between 0 and l2.  Also the volume of both pore and throat could be adjusted as desired. 
> > 
> > Can you help me in this ?
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>   That is not ethical, Zeeshan.  You have tacked your own question onto another person's entirely different thread.  That is not the way to get questions answered.  Also you have entered exactly the same question with precisely the same wording (except for the "Hi Roger") in at least four other threads today and yesterday.  This is definitely not the way to cause other people to be willing to help you.  Duplicate threads are very much frowned upon in this newsgroup.  I certainly don't intend to help you.
Sorry if it bothers you