pub struct Bounds {
    pub min_x: f64,
    pub min_y: f64,
    pub max_x: f64,
    pub max_y: f64,
}
Expand description

Represents a rectangular boundary of Pt2D points.

Fields

min_x: f64min_y: f64max_x: f64max_y: f64

Implementations

A boundary including no points.

Create a boundary covering some points.

Create a boundary covering some polygons.

Update the boundary to include this point.

Unions two boundaries.

Expand the existing boundary by some distance evenly on all sides.

Transform the boundary by scaling its corners.

True if the point is within the boundary.

Converts the boundary to the format used by aabb_quadtree.

Creates a rectangle covering this boundary.

Creates a circle centered in the middle of this boundary. Always uses the half width as a radius, so if the width and height don’t match, this is pretty meaningless.

The width of this boundary.

The height of this boundary.

The center point of this boundary.

Trait Implementations

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