new SDK.Quad(tlx, tly, trx, try_, brx, bry, blx, bly);
Quad can be constructed with no parameters, which defaults all co-ordinates to zero, or with given positions for each point. The naming convention is tl for the "top-left" point, tr for the "top-right" point, br for the "bottom-right" point, and bl for the "bottom-left" point, followed by "x" or "y" for each component of the point. Note that the points can appear at any orientation for rotated quads; the names only correspond to their actual position when the quad is set to an unrotated rectangle.
- set(tlx, tly, trx, try_, brx, bry, blx, bly)
- Set all four points of the quad in a single call.
- setRect(left, top, right, bottom)
- Set the quad's points to represent an axis-aligned rectangle using the given positions. Note that this is only useful if you subsequently make further modifications to the quad, else you may as well use the Rect interface.
- Set all points of the quad by copying another
- Set each point of the quad individually.
- Get each point of the quad individually.
- Set the points of the quad to an axis-aligned rectangle given by an SDK.Rect. Note that this is only useful if you subsequently make further modifications to the quad, else you may as well use the Rect interface directly.
- setFromRotatedRect(rect, angle)
- Set the points of the quad to a rotated rectangle given by an SDK.Rect, rotated about the origin by
angle in radians.
- Calculate the bounding box of the quad, and store the result by writing to a given SDK.Rect.
- Return the average of the four points in the quad on each axis.
- intersectsSegment(x1, y1, x2, y2)
- Test if a segment, given as the line between points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2), intersects this quad, returning a boolean.
- Test if another SDK.Quad intersects this quad, returning a boolean.
- containsPoint(x, y)
- Test if the given point is inside the bounds of this quad, returning a boolean.