  # Rectangular Structure

A set of rectilinear 2-dimensional coordinates.

Namespace:  AGI.Foundation.Coordinates
Assembly:  AGI.Foundation.Core (in AGI.Foundation.Core.dll) Version: 19.5.402.0 (19.5.402.0) Syntax
`public struct Rectangular : IEquatable<Rectangular>`

The Rectangular type exposes the following members. Constructors
NameDescription Rectangular(Double)
Initializes a set of Rectangular coordinates from the first 2 consecutive elements in the provided array. Rectangular(Polar)
Initializes a set of Rectangular coordinates from the provided set of Polar coordinates. Rectangular(Double, Double)
Initializes a set of Rectangular coordinates from the provided values. Rectangular(Double, Int32)
Initializes a set of Rectangular coordinates from 2 consecutive elements in the provided array.
Top Properties
NameDescription HasZeroMagnitude
Gets a value indicating whether the Magnitude of this instance is zero. IsUndefined
Gets a value indicating whether or not any of the coordinates for this instance have the value NaN. Item
Gets the value of the specified element with index of 0 and 1 corresponding to the coordinates X, and Y. Length
Gets the number of elements in this set of coordinates. Magnitude
Gets the magnitude of this instance. MagnitudeSquared
Gets the square of the Magnitude of this instance.  Undefined
Gets a set of Rectangular coordinates with values of NaN. X
Gets the linear coordinate along the positive x-axis. Y
Gets the linear coordinate along the positive y-axis.  Zero
Gets a set of Rectangular coordinates with values of zero.
Top Methods
NameDescription Add
Adds the specified set of Rectangular coordinates to this instance. Cross
Forms the cross product of the specified set of Rectangular coordinates with this instance. Divide
Divides this instance by a scalar. Dot
Forms the dot product of the specified set of Rectangular coordinates with this instance. Equals(Object)
Indicates whether another object is exactly equal to this instance.
(Overrides ValueTypeEquals(Object).) Equals(Rectangular)
Indicates whether another instance of this type is exactly equal to this instance. EqualsEpsilon
Indicates whether each coordinate value of another instance of this type is within the required tolerance of the corresponding coordinate value of this instance. GetHashCode
Returns a hash code for this instance, which is suitable for use in hashing algorithms and data structures like a hash table.
(Overrides ValueTypeGetHashCode.) GetType
Gets the Type of the current instance.
(Inherited from Object.) Invert
Inverts this instance. Multiply
Multiplies this instance by a scalar. Normalize
Forms a set of UnitRectangular coordinates from this instance. Normalize(Double)
Forms a set of UnitRectangular coordinates from this instance and returns the Magnitude of the original instance in the provided parameter. Rotate
Produces a set of Rectangular coordinates representing this instance which results from rotating the original axes used to represent this instance by the provided angle. Subtract
Subtracts the specified set of Rectangular coordinates from this instance. ToString
Returns the string representation of the value of this instance.
(Overrides ValueTypeToString.)
Top Operators
NameDescription  Addition
Adds a specified set of Rectangular coordinates to another specified set of Cartesian coordinates.  Division
Divides a specified set of Rectangular coordinates by a scalar.  Equality
Returns if the two instances are exactly equal.  (UnitRectangular to Rectangular)
Converts a set of UnitRectangular coordinates to a set of Rectangular coordinates.  Inequality
Returns if the two instances are not exactly equal.  Multiply(Double, Rectangular)
Multiplies a scalar by a specified set of set of Rectangular coordinates.  Multiply(Rectangular, Double)
Multiplies a specified set of Rectangular coordinates by a scalar.  Subtraction
Subtracts a specified set of Rectangular coordinates from another specified set of Rectangular coordinates.  UnaryNegation
Negates the specified set of Rectangular coordinates, yielding a new set of Rectangular coordinates.
Top Remarks
The corresponding 3-dimensional coordinates are Cartesian coordinates. See Also