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MeshBuffer Class Reference

#include <MeshBuffer.h>

Public Member Functions

 MeshBuffer (HTMesh *mesh)
int append (Trixel trixel)
const Trixel * buffer () const
int error () const
void fill ()
void reset ()
int size () const

Detailed Description

The sole purpose of a MeshBuffer is to hold storage space for the results of an HTM inetersection and then allow multiple MeshIterator's to walk through the result set.

The buffer space is allocated when the MeshBuffer is created. Mesh buffers will usually hang around for the life of an HTMesh. Each mesh buffer is re-usable. Simply reset() it and then fill it by append()'ing trixels. A MeshIterator grabs the size() and the buffer() so it can iterate over the results.

Definition at line 23 of file MeshBuffer.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ MeshBuffer()

MeshBuffer::MeshBuffer ( HTMesh * mesh)

Definition at line 7 of file MeshBuffer.cpp.

◆ ~MeshBuffer()

MeshBuffer::~MeshBuffer ( )

Definition at line 21 of file MeshBuffer.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

◆ append()

int MeshBuffer::append ( Trixel trixel)

add trixels to the buffer

Definition at line 26 of file MeshBuffer.cpp.

◆ buffer()

const Trixel * MeshBuffer::buffer ( ) const

the location of the buffer for reading

Definition at line 40 of file MeshBuffer.h.

◆ error()

int MeshBuffer::error ( ) const

returns the number of trixels that would have overflowed the buffer.

Definition at line 49 of file MeshBuffer.h.

◆ fill()

void MeshBuffer::fill ( )

fills the buffer with consecutive integers

Definition at line 37 of file MeshBuffer.cpp.

◆ reset()

void MeshBuffer::reset ( )

prepare the buffer for a new result set

Definition at line 32 of file MeshBuffer.h.

◆ size()

int MeshBuffer::size ( ) const

the number of trixels in the result set

Definition at line 44 of file MeshBuffer.h.

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