I am trying to cut a surface using Geometry.Split(cut-plane), “cut-plane” is a plane created by an offset from XY plane.
After splitting the surface I expected to have only 2 surfaces; one below the cut-plane and another above the cut plane. but instead, I get 6 surfaces.
and it may vary based on Cut-plane, the main Surface,…;
So here is the question: How am I supposed to find out “which of the surfaces are above cut-plane”? I mean programmatically not visually:D
Or split it directly into two surfaces?
just in case I am new to all this, is there whole another way to do this task?
Note: I am using Dynamo Studio so I do not have access to Revit.