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`java.lang.Object`

`java.awt.geom.RectangularShape`

`java.awt.geom.Rectangle2D`

**Implemented Interfaces:**- Cloneable, Shape

**Known Direct Subclasses:**- Rectangle, Rectangle2D.Double, Rectangle2D.Float

`public abstract class `**Rectangle2D**

`extends RectangularShape`

This class describes a rectangle by a point (x,y) and dimension (w x h).
The actual storage is left up to subclasses.

It is valid for a rectangle to have negative width or height; but it
is considered to have no area or internal points. Therefore, the behavior
in methods like `contains`

or `intersects`

is
undefined unless the rectangle has positive width and height.

**Since:**- 1.2

## Nested Class Summary

`static class`

`Rectangle2D.Double`

- This class defines a rectangle in
`double`

precision.

`static class`

`Rectangle2D.Float`

- This class defines a rectangle in
`float`

precision.

## Field Summary

`static int`

`OUT_BOTTOM`

- The point lies below of the rectangle (p.y > r.maxY).

`static int`

`OUT_LEFT`

- The point lies left of the rectangle (p.x < r.x).

`static int`

`OUT_RIGHT`

- The point lies right of the rectangle (p.x > r.maxX).

`static int`

`OUT_TOP`

- The point lies above the rectangle (p.y < r.y).

## Constructor Summary

`Rectangle2D()`

- Default constructor.

## Method Summary

`void`

`add(double newx, double newy)`

- Modifies this rectangle so that it represents the smallest rectangle that contains both the existing rectangle and the specified point.

`void`

`void`

`add(Rectangle2D r)`

- Modifies this rectangle so that it represents the smallest rectangle that contains both the existing rectangle and the specified rectangle.

`boolean`

`contains(double x, double y)`

- Test if the given point is contained in the rectangle.

`boolean`

`contains(double x, double y, double w, double h)`

- Tests if this rectangle contains the given one.

`abstract Rectangle2D`

`createIntersection(Rectangle2D r)`

- Return a new rectangle which is the intersection of this and the given one.

`abstract Rectangle2D`

`createUnion(Rectangle2D r)`

- Return a new rectangle which is the union of this and the given one.

`boolean`

`Rectangle2D`

`getBounds2D()`

- Returns the bounds of this rectangle.

`PathIterator`

`getPathIterator(AffineTransform at)`

- Return an iterator along the shape boundary.

`PathIterator`

`getPathIterator(AffineTransform at, double flatness)`

- Return an iterator along the shape boundary.

`int`

`hashCode()`

- Return the hashcode for this rectangle.

`static void`

`intersect(Rectangle2D src1, Rectangle2D src2, Rectangle2D dest)`

- Intersects a pair of rectangles, and places the result in the destination; this can be used to avoid object creation.

`boolean`

`intersects(double x, double y, double w, double h)`

- Tests if the given rectangle intersects this one.

`boolean`

`intersectsLine(double x1, double y1, double x2, double y2)`

- Tests if the specified line intersects the interior of this rectangle.

`boolean`

`intersectsLine(Line2D l)`

- Tests if the specified line intersects the interior of this rectangle.

`abstract int`

`outcode(double x, double y)`

- Determine where the point lies with respect to this rectangle.

`int`

`void`

`setFrame(double x, double y, double w, double h)`

- Set the bounding box of this rectangle.

`abstract void`

`setRect(double x, double y, double w, double h)`

- Set the bounding box of this rectangle.

`void`

`setRect(Rectangle2D r)`

- Set the bounding box of this rectangle from the given one.

`static void`

`union(Rectangle2D src1, Rectangle2D src2, Rectangle2D dest)`

- Joins a pair of rectangles, and places the result in the destination; this can be used to avoid object creation.

### Methods inherited from class java.awt.geom.RectangularShape

`clone`

,`contains`

,`contains`

,`getBounds`

,`getCenterX`

,`getCenterY`

,`getFrame`

,`getHeight`

,`getMaxX`

,`getMaxY`

,`getMinX`

,`getMinY`

,`getPathIterator`

,`getWidth`

,`getX`

,`getY`

,`intersects`

,`isEmpty`

,`setFrame`

,`setFrame`

,`setFrame`

,`setFrameFromCenter`

,`setFrameFromCenter`

,`setFrameFromDiagonal`

,`setFrameFromDiagonal`

### Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

`clone`

,`equals`

,`extends Object> getClass`

,`finalize`

,`hashCode`

,`notify`

,`notifyAll`

,`toString`

,`wait`

,`wait`

,`wait`

public static final int OUT_BOTTOM

The point lies below of the rectangle (p.y > r.maxY).

Field Value:- 8

See Also:`outcode(double,double)`

public static final int OUT_LEFT

The point lies left of the rectangle (p.x < r.x).

Field Value:- 1

See Also:`outcode(double,double)`

public static final int OUT_RIGHT

The point lies right of the rectangle (p.x > r.maxX).

Field Value:- 4

See Also:`outcode(double,double)`

public static final int OUT_TOP

The point lies above the rectangle (p.y < r.y).

Field Value:- 2

See Also:`outcode(double,double)`

public void add(double newx, double newy)

Modifies this rectangle so that it represents the smallest rectangle that contains both the existing rectangle and the specified point. However, if the point falls on one of the two borders which are not inside the rectangle, a subsequent call to`contains`

may return false.

Parameters:`newx`

- the X coordinate of the point to add to this rectangle`newy`

- the Y coordinate of the point to add to this rectangle

public void add(Point2D p)

Modifies this rectangle so that it represents the smallest rectangle that contains both the existing rectangle and the specified point. However, if the point falls on one of the two borders which are not inside the rectangle, a subsequent call to`contains`

may return false.

Parameters:`p`

- the point to add to this rectangle

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if p is null

public void add(Rectangle2D r)

Modifies this rectangle so that it represents the smallest rectangle that contains both the existing rectangle and the specified rectangle.

Parameters:`r`

- the rectangle to add to this rectangle

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if r is null

public boolean contains(double x, double y)

Test if the given point is contained in the rectangle.

Parameters:`x`

- the x coordinate of the point`y`

- the y coordinate of the point

Returns:- true if (x,y) is in the rectangle

public boolean contains(double x, double y, double w, double h)

Tests if this rectangle contains the given one. In other words, test if this rectangle contains all points in the given one.

Parameters:`x`

- the x coordinate of the other rectangle`y`

- the y coordinate of the other rectangle`w`

- the width of the other rectangle`h`

- the height of the other rectangle

Returns:- true if this rectangle contains the other

public abstract Rectangle2D createIntersection(Rectangle2D r)

Return a new rectangle which is the intersection of this and the given one. The result will be empty if there is no intersection.

Parameters:`r`

- the rectangle to be intersected

Returns:- the intersection

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if r is null

public abstract Rectangle2D createUnion(Rectangle2D r)

Return a new rectangle which is the union of this and the given one.

Parameters:`r`

- the rectangle to be merged

Returns:- the union

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if r is null

public boolean equals(Object obj)

Tests this rectangle for equality against the specified object. This will be true if an only if the specified object is an instance of Rectangle2D with the same coordinates and dimensions.

Parameters:`obj`

- the object to test against for equality

Returns:- true if the specified object is equal to this one

public Rectangle2D getBounds2D()

Returns the bounds of this rectangle. A pretty useless method, as this is already a rectangle.

Specified by:- getBounds2D in interface Shape

Returns:- a copy of this rectangle

public PathIterator getPathIterator(AffineTransform at)

Return an iterator along the shape boundary. If the optional transform is provided, the iterator is transformed accordingly. Each call returns a new object, independent from others in use. This iterator is thread safe; modifications to the rectangle do not affect the results of this path instance.

Specified by:- getPathIterator in interface Shape

Parameters:`at`

- an optional transform to apply to the iterator

Returns:- a new iterator over the boundary

Since:- 1.2

public PathIterator getPathIterator(AffineTransform at, double flatness)

Return an iterator along the shape boundary. If the optional transform is provided, the iterator is transformed accordingly. Each call returns a new object, independent from others in use. This iterator is thread safe; modifications to the rectangle do not affect the results of this path instance. As the rectangle is already flat, the flatness parameter is ignored.

Specified by:- getPathIterator in interface Shape

Overrides:- getPathIterator in interface RectangularShape

Parameters:`at`

- an optional transform to apply to the iterator`flatness`

- the maximum distance for deviation from the real boundary

Returns:- a new iterator over the boundary

Since:- 1.2

public int hashCode()

Return the hashcode for this rectangle. The formula is not documented, but appears to be the same as:long l = Double.doubleToLongBits(getX()) + 37 * Double.doubleToLongBits(getY()) + 43 * Double.doubleToLongBits(getWidth()) + 47 * Double.doubleToLongBits(getHeight()); return (int) ((l >> 32) ^ l);

Returns:- the hashcode

public static void intersect(Rectangle2D src1, Rectangle2D src2, Rectangle2D dest)

Intersects a pair of rectangles, and places the result in the destination; this can be used to avoid object creation. This method even works when the destination is also a source, although you stand to lose the original data.

Parameters:`src1`

- the first source`src2`

- the second source`dest`

- the destination for the intersection

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if any rectangle is null

public boolean intersects(double x, double y, double w, double h)

Tests if the given rectangle intersects this one. In other words, test if the two rectangles share at least one internal point.

Specified by:- intersects in interface Shape

Parameters:`x`

- the x coordinate of the other rectangle`y`

- the y coordinate of the other rectangle`w`

- the width of the other rectangle`h`

- the height of the other rectangle

Returns:- true if the rectangles intersect

public boolean intersectsLine(double x1, double y1, double x2, double y2)

Tests if the specified line intersects the interior of this rectangle.

Parameters:`x1`

- the first x coordinate of line segment`y1`

- the first y coordinate of line segment`x2`

- the second x coordinate of line segment`y2`

- the second y coordinate of line segment

Returns:- true if the line intersects the rectangle

public boolean intersectsLine(Line2D l)

Tests if the specified line intersects the interior of this rectangle.

Parameters:`l`

- the line segment

Returns:- true if the line intersects the rectangle

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if l is null

public abstract int outcode(double x, double y)

Determine where the point lies with respect to this rectangle. The result will be the binary OR of the appropriate bit masks.

Parameters:`x`

- the x coordinate to check`y`

- the y coordinate to check

Returns:- the binary OR of the result

See Also:`OUT_LEFT`

,`OUT_TOP`

,`OUT_RIGHT`

,`OUT_BOTTOM`

public int outcode(Point2D p)

Determine where the point lies with respect to this rectangle. The result will be the binary OR of the appropriate bit masks.

Parameters:`p`

- the point to check

Returns:- the binary OR of the result

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if p is null

See Also:`OUT_LEFT`

,`OUT_TOP`

,`OUT_RIGHT`

,`OUT_BOTTOM`

public void setFrame(double x, double y, double w, double h)

Set the bounding box of this rectangle.

Overrides:- setFrame in interface RectangularShape

Parameters:`x`

- the new X coordinate`y`

- the new Y coordinate`w`

- the new width`h`

- the new height

public abstract void setRect(double x, double y, double w, double h)

Set the bounding box of this rectangle.

Parameters:`x`

- the new X coordinate`y`

- the new Y coordinate`w`

- the new width`h`

- the new height

public void setRect(Rectangle2D r)

Set the bounding box of this rectangle from the given one.

Parameters:`r`

- rectangle to copy

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if r is null

public static void union(Rectangle2D src1, Rectangle2D src2, Rectangle2D dest)

Joins a pair of rectangles, and places the result in the destination; this can be used to avoid object creation. This method even works when the destination is also a source, although you stand to lose the original data.

Parameters:`src1`

- the first source`src2`

- the second source`dest`

- the destination for the union

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if any rectangle is null

Rectangle2D.java -- generic rectangles in 2-D space
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