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Marble::GeoDataPoint Class Reference

#include <GeoDataPoint.h>

Inheritance diagram for Marble::GeoDataPoint:

Public Types

using Notation = GeoDataCoordinates::Notation
using Unit = GeoDataCoordinates::Unit
using Vector = QVector< GeoDataPoint >

Public Member Functions

 GeoDataPoint (const GeoDataCoordinates &other)
 GeoDataPoint (const GeoDataPoint &other)
 GeoDataPoint (qreal lon, qreal lat, qreal alt=0, GeoDataPoint::Unit _unit=GeoDataCoordinates::Radian)
const GeoDataCoordinatescoordinates () const
GeoDataGeometrycopy () const override
virtual void detach ()
EnumGeometryId geometryId () const override
const char * nodeType () const override
bool operator!= (const GeoDataPoint &other) const
bool operator== (const GeoDataPoint &other) const
void pack (QDataStream &stream) const override
void setCoordinates (const GeoDataCoordinates &coordinates)
void unpack (QDataStream &stream) override
- Public Member Functions inherited from Marble::GeoDataGeometry
AltitudeMode altitudeMode () const
void detach ()
bool extrude () const
virtual const GeoDataLatLonAltBoxlatLonAltBox () const
bool operator!= (const GeoDataGeometry &other) const
bool operator== (const GeoDataGeometry &other) const
void pack (QDataStream &stream) const override
void setAltitudeMode (const AltitudeMode altitudeMode)
void setExtrude (bool extrude)
void unpack (QDataStream &stream) override
- Public Member Functions inherited from Marble::GeoDataObject
 GeoDataObject (const GeoDataObject &)
QString id () const
GeoDataObjectoperator= (const GeoDataObject &)
void pack (QDataStream &stream) const override
GeoDataObjectparent ()
const GeoDataObjectparent () const
QString resolvePath (const QString &relativePath) const
void setId (const QString &value)
void setParent (GeoDataObject *parent)
void setTargetId (const QString &value)
QString targetId () const
void unpack (QDataStream &steam) override

Additional Inherited Members

- Protected Member Functions inherited from Marble::GeoDataGeometry
 GeoDataGeometry (const GeoDataGeometry &other)
 GeoDataGeometry (GeoDataGeometryPrivate *priv)
bool equals (const GeoDataGeometry &other) const
virtual bool equals (const GeoDataObject &other) const
GeoDataGeometryoperator= (const GeoDataGeometry &other)
- Protected Member Functions inherited from Marble::GeoDataObject
virtual bool equals (const GeoDataObject &other) const
- Protected Attributes inherited from Marble::GeoDataGeometry
GeoDataGeometryPrivate * d_ptr

Detailed Description

A Geometry object representing a 3d point.

GeoDataPoint is the GeoDataGeometry class representing a single three dimensional point. It reflects the Point tag of KML spec and can be contained in objects holding GeoDataGeometry objects. Nevertheless GeoDataPoint shouldn't be used if you just want to store 3d coordinates of a point that doesn't need to be inherited from GeoDataGeometry In that case use GeoDataCoordinates instead which has nearly the same features and is much more light weight. Please consider this especially if you expect to have a high amount of points e.g. for line strings, linear rings and polygons.

See also

Definition at line 42 of file GeoDataPoint.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ GeoDataPoint()

Marble::GeoDataPoint::GeoDataPoint ( qreal  lon,
qreal  lat,
qreal  alt = 0,
GeoDataPoint::Unit  _unit = GeoDataCoordinates::Radian 

create a geopoint from longitude and latitude

altaltitude (default: 0)
_unitunits that lon and lat get measured in (default for Radian: north pole at pi/2, southpole at -pi/2)

Definition at line 23 of file GeoDataPoint.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

◆ nodeType()

const char * Marble::GeoDataPoint::nodeType ( ) const

Provides type information for downcasting a GeoData.

Implements Marble::GeoNode.

Definition at line 97 of file GeoDataPoint.cpp.

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