Polygon 90 Concept
The polygon_90 concept tag is polygon_90_concept
To register a user defined type as a model of polygon_90 concept, specialize the geometry concept meta-function for that type. In the example below CPolygon90 is registered as a model of polygon_90 concept.
The semantic of a polygon_90 is that it can provide iterators over the x and y coordinates that correspond to its horizontal and vertical sides, starting with an x coordinate. A mutable polygon_90 must also be able to set its geometry based on an interator range over such coordinates. Since most polygons use vertex points in internal storage iterator adaptors for converting to and from point sequences are provided in iterator_points_to_compact.hpp and iterator_compact_to_points.hpp to aid in the specialization of polygon_90_traits. A std::vector<int> or std::list<int> could be made models of polygon_90_concept by simply providing access to their iterators through traits. Library functions that create polygon objects require that those objects provide a default constructor.
Below is shown the default polygon traits. Specialization of these traits is required for types that don't conform to the default behavior. Note that these traits are also used by the polygon_90_with_holes concept.
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An object that is a model of polygon_90_concept can be viewed as a model of any of its refinements if it is determined at runtime to conform to the restriction of those concepts. This concept casting is accomplished through the view_as<>() function.
The return value of view_as<>() can be passed into any interface that expects an object of the conceptual type specified in its template parameter.
Polygon 90 Data
The library provides a model of polygon 90 concept declared template<typename T> polygon_90_data where T is the coordinate type.
This data type is used internally when a Manhattan polygon is needed and is available to the library user who finds it convenient to use a library polygon data type instead of providing their own. The data type is implemented to be convenient to use with the library traits.