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# pdesdp, pdesde, pdesdt

Indices of points/edges/triangles in set of subdomains

`pdesdp` and `pdesdt` are not recommended. Use `findNodes` and `findElements` instead.

## Syntax

```c = pdesdp(p,e,t)
[i,c] = pdesdp(p,e,t)
c = pdesdp(p,e,t,sdl)
[i,c] = pdesdp(p,e,t,sdl)
i = pdesdt(t)
i = pdesdt(t,sdl)
i = pdesde(e)
i = pdesde(e,sdl)
```

## Description

`[i,c] = pdesdp(p,e,t,sdl)` given mesh data `p`, `e`, and `t `and a list of subdomain numbers `sdl`, the function returns all points belonging to those subdomains. A point can belong to several subdomains, and the points belonging to the domains in `sdl` are divided into two disjoint sets. `i` contains indices of the points that wholly belong to the subdomains listed in `sdl`, and `c` lists points that also belongs to the other subdomains.

`c = pdesdp(p,e,t,sdl)` returns indices of points that belong to more than one of the subdomains in `sdl`.

`i = pdesdt(t,sdl)` given triangle data `t` and a list of subdomain numbers `sdl`, `i` contains indices of the triangles inside that set of subdomains.

`i = pdesde(e,sdl)` given edge data `e`, it extracts indices of outer boundary edges of the set of subdomains.

If `sdl` is not given, a list of all subdomains is assumed.

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