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The abstract class BoundedCurve describes the common behavior of bounded curves in 2D space. A bounded curve is limited by two finite values of the parameter, termed respectively "first parameter" and "last parameter". The "first parameter" gives the "start point" of the bounded curve, and the "last parameter" gives the "end point" of the bounded curve. The length of a bounded curve is finite. The Geom2d package provides three concrete classes of bounded curves: More...
#include <Geom2d_BoundedCurve.hxx>
Public Member Functions  
virtual gp_Pnt2d  EndPoint () const =0 
Returns the end point of the curve. The end point is the value of the curve for the "LastParameter" of the curve. More...  
virtual gp_Pnt2d  StartPoint () const =0 
Returns the start point of the curve. The start point is the value of the curve for the "FirstParameter" of the curve. More...  
Public Member Functions inherited from Geom2d_Curve  
virtual void  Reverse ()=0 
Changes the direction of parametrization of <me>. The "FirstParameter" and the "LastParameter" are not changed but the orientation of the curve is modified. If the curve is bounded the StartPoint of the initial curve becomes the EndPoint of the reversed curve and the EndPoint of the initial curve becomes the StartPoint of the reversed curve. More...  
virtual Standard_Real  ReversedParameter (const Standard_Real U) const =0 
Computes the parameter on the reversed curve for the point of parameter U on this curve. Note: The point of parameter U on this curve is identical to the point of parameter ReversedParameter(U) on the reversed curve. More...  
virtual Standard_Real  TransformedParameter (const Standard_Real U, const gp_Trsf2d &T) const 
Computes the parameter on the curve transformed by T for the point of parameter U on this curve. Note: this function generally returns U but it can be redefined (for example, on a line). More...  
virtual Standard_Real  ParametricTransformation (const gp_Trsf2d &T) const 
Returns the coefficient required to compute the parametric transformation of this curve when transformation T is applied. This coefficient is the ratio between the parameter of a point on this curve and the parameter of the transformed point on the new curve transformed by T. Note: this function generally returns 1. but it can be redefined (for example, on a line). More...  
Handle< Geom2d_Curve >  Reversed () const 
Creates a reversed duplicate Changes the orientation of this curve. The first and last parameters are not changed, but the parametric direction of the curve is reversed. If the curve is bounded: More...  
virtual Standard_Real  FirstParameter () const =0 
Returns the value of the first parameter. Warnings : It can be RealFirst or RealLast from package Standard if the curve is infinite. More...  
virtual Standard_Real  LastParameter () const =0 
Value of the last parameter. Warnings : It can be RealFirst or RealLast from package Standard if the curve is infinite. More...  
virtual Standard_Boolean  IsClosed () const =0 
Returns true if the curve is closed. Examples : Some curves such as circle are always closed, others such as line are never closed (by definition). Some Curves such as OffsetCurve can be closed or not. These curves are considered as closed if the distance between the first point and the last point of the curve is lower or equal to the Resolution from package gp wich is a fixed criterion independant of the application. More...  
virtual Standard_Boolean  IsPeriodic () const =0 
Returns true if the parameter of the curve is periodic. It is possible only if the curve is closed and if the following relation is satisfied : for each parametric value U the distance between the point P(u) and the point P (u + T) is lower or equal to Resolution from package gp, T is the period and must be a constant. There are three possibilities : . the curve is never periodic by definition (SegmentLine) . the curve is always periodic by definition (Circle) . the curve can be defined as periodic (BSpline). In this case a function SetPeriodic allows you to give the shape of the curve. The general rule for this case is : if a curve can be periodic or not the default periodicity set is non periodic and you have to turn (explicitly) the curve into a periodic curve if you want the curve to be periodic. More...  
virtual Standard_Real  Period () const 
Returns thne period of this curve. raises if the curve is not periodic. More...  
virtual GeomAbs_Shape  Continuity () const =0 
It is the global continuity of the curve : C0 : only geometric continuity, C1 : continuity of the first derivative all along the Curve, C2 : continuity of the second derivative all along the Curve, C3 : continuity of the third derivative all along the Curve, G1 : tangency continuity all along the Curve, G2 : curvature continuity all along the Curve, CN : the order of continuity is infinite. More...  
virtual Standard_Boolean  IsCN (const Standard_Integer N) const =0 
Returns true if the degree of continuity of this curve is at least N. Exceptions Standard_RangeError if N is less than 0. More...  
virtual void  D0 (const Standard_Real U, gp_Pnt2d &P) const =0 
Returns in P the point of parameter U. If the curve is periodic then the returned point is P(U) with U = Ustart + (U  Uend) where Ustart and Uend are the parametric bounds of the curve. More...  
virtual void  D1 (const Standard_Real U, gp_Pnt2d &P, gp_Vec2d &V1) const =0 
Returns the point P of parameter U and the first derivative V1. Raised if the continuity of the curve is not C1. More...  
virtual void  D2 (const Standard_Real U, gp_Pnt2d &P, gp_Vec2d &V1, gp_Vec2d &V2) const =0 
Returns the point P of parameter U, the first and second derivatives V1 and V2. Raised if the continuity of the curve is not C2. More...  
virtual void  D3 (const Standard_Real U, gp_Pnt2d &P, gp_Vec2d &V1, gp_Vec2d &V2, gp_Vec2d &V3) const =0 
Returns the point P of parameter U, the first, the second and the third derivative. Raised if the continuity of the curve is not C3. More...  
virtual gp_Vec2d  DN (const Standard_Real U, const Standard_Integer N) const =0 
For the point of parameter U of this curve, computes the vector corresponding to the Nth derivative. Exceptions StdFail_UndefinedDerivative if: More...  
gp_Pnt2d  Value (const Standard_Real U) const 
Computes the point of parameter U on <me>. If the curve is periodic then the returned point is P(U) with U = Ustart + (U  Uend) where Ustart and Uend are the parametric bounds of the curve. More...  
Public Member Functions inherited from Geom2d_Geometry  
void  Mirror (const gp_Pnt2d &P) 
Performs the symmetrical transformation of a Geometry with respect to the point P which is the center of the symmetry and assigns the result to this geometric object. More...  
void  Mirror (const gp_Ax2d &A) 
Performs the symmetrical transformation of a Geometry with respect to an axis placement which is the axis of the symmetry. More...  
void  Rotate (const gp_Pnt2d &P, const Standard_Real Ang) 
Rotates a Geometry. P is the center of the rotation. Ang is the angular value of the rotation in radians. More...  
void  Scale (const gp_Pnt2d &P, const Standard_Real S) 
Scales a Geometry. S is the scaling value. More...  
void  Translate (const gp_Vec2d &V) 
Translates a Geometry. V is the vector of the tanslation. More...  
void  Translate (const gp_Pnt2d &P1, const gp_Pnt2d &P2) 
Translates a Geometry from the point P1 to the point P2. More...  
virtual void  Transform (const gp_Trsf2d &T)=0 
Transformation of a geometric object. This tansformation can be a translation, a rotation, a symmetry, a scaling or a complex transformation obtained by combination of the previous elementaries transformations. (see class Transformation of the package Geom2d). The following transformations have the same properties as the previous ones but they don't modified the object itself. A copy of the object is returned. More...  
Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Mirrored (const gp_Pnt2d &P) const 
Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Mirrored (const gp_Ax2d &A) const 
Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Rotated (const gp_Pnt2d &P, const Standard_Real Ang) const 
Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Scaled (const gp_Pnt2d &P, const Standard_Real S) const 
Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Transformed (const gp_Trsf2d &T) const 
Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Translated (const gp_Vec2d &V) const 
Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Translated (const gp_Pnt2d &P1, const gp_Pnt2d &P2) const 
virtual Handle< Geom2d_Geometry >  Copy () const =0 
Public Member Functions inherited from MMgt_TShared  
virtual void  Delete () const 
Memory deallocator for transient classes. More...  
Public Member Functions inherited from Standard_Transient  
Standard_Transient ()  
Empty constructor. More...  
Standard_Transient (const Standard_Transient &)  
Copy constructor – does nothing. More...  
Standard_Transient &  operator= (const Standard_Transient &) 
Assignment operator, needed to avoid copying reference counter. More...  
virtual  ~Standard_Transient () 
Destructor must be virtual. More...  
virtual const Handle_Standard_Type &  DynamicType () const 
Returns a type information object about this object. More...  
Standard_Boolean  IsInstance (const Handle_Standard_Type &theType) const 
Returns a true value if this is an instance of Type. More...  
Standard_Boolean  IsInstance (const Standard_CString theTypeName) const 
Returns a true value if this is an instance of TypeName. More...  
Standard_Boolean  IsKind (const Handle_Standard_Type &theType) const 
Returns true if this is an instance of Type or an instance of any class that inherits from Type. Note that multiple inheritance is not supported by OCCT RTTI mechanism. More...  
Standard_Boolean  IsKind (const Standard_CString theTypeName) const 
Returns true if this is an instance of TypeName or an instance of any class that inherits from TypeName. Note that multiple inheritance is not supported by OCCT RTTI mechanism. More...  
virtual Handle_Standard_Transient  This () const 
Returns a Handle which references this object. Must never be called to objects created in stack. More...  
Standard_Integer  GetRefCount () const 
Get the reference counter of this object. More...  
The abstract class BoundedCurve describes the common behavior of bounded curves in 2D space. A bounded curve is limited by two finite values of the parameter, termed respectively "first parameter" and "last parameter". The "first parameter" gives the "start point" of the bounded curve, and the "last parameter" gives the "end point" of the bounded curve. The length of a bounded curve is finite. The Geom2d package provides three concrete classes of bounded curves:

pure virtual 
Returns the end point of the curve. The end point is the value of the curve for the "LastParameter" of the curve.
Implemented in Geom2d_BSplineCurve, Geom2d_BezierCurve, and Geom2d_TrimmedCurve.

pure virtual 
Returns the start point of the curve. The start point is the value of the curve for the "FirstParameter" of the curve.
Implemented in Geom2d_BSplineCurve, Geom2d_BezierCurve, and Geom2d_TrimmedCurve.