`curve.getSkeletonPoints(t)`

Return an object that contains five points necessary for dividing curves.

The function expects `t`

to lie between 0 and 1; values outside the range are constrained to 0 and 1, respectively.

The returned object has the following properties:

`startControlPoint1` |
First curve's `controlPoint1` . |
---|---|

`startControlPoint2` |
First curve's `controlPoint2` . |

`divider` |
The point at `t` ; `end` point of the first curve and `start` point of the second curve. |

`dividerControlPoint1` |
Second curve's `controlPoint1` . |

`dividerControlPoint2` |
Second curve's ```
controlPoint2
``` |

If only the point at `t`

is needed, use the `curve.pointAtT()`

function.

If the two divided curves are needed, rather than their control points, use the `curve.divide()`

function.