 CGAL 5.3 - 2D and 3D Linear Geometry Kernel
Kernel::ConstructIsoCuboid_3 Concept Reference

## Definition

Refines:
AdaptableFunctor (with two arguments)
CGAL::Iso_cuboid_3<Kernel>

## Operations

A model of this concept must provide:

Kernel::Iso_cuboid_3 operator() (const Kernel::Point_3 &p, const Kernel::Point_3 &q)
introduces an iso-oriented cuboid with diagonal opposite vertices p and q such that p is the lexicographically smallest point in the cuboid.

Kernel::Iso_cuboid_3 operator() (const Kernel::Point_3 &p, const Kernel::Point_3 &q, int)
introduces an iso-oriented cuboid with diagonal opposite vertices p and q. More...

Kernel::Iso_cuboid_3 operator() (const Kernel::Point_3 &left, const Kernel::Point_3 &right, const Kernel::Point_3 &bottom, const Kernel::Point_3 &top, const Kernel::Point_3 &far, const Kernel::Point_3 &close)
introduces an iso-oriented cuboid fo whose minimal $$x$$ coordinate is the one of left, the maximal $$x$$ coordinate is the one of right, the minimal $$y$$ coordinate is the one of bottom, the maximal $$y$$ coordinate is the one of top, the minimal $$z$$ coordinate is the one of far, the maximal $$z$$ coordinate is the one of close.

## ◆ operator()()

 Kernel::Iso_cuboid_3 Kernel::ConstructIsoCuboid_3::operator() ( const Kernel::Point_3 & p, const Kernel::Point_3 & q, int )

introduces an iso-oriented cuboid with diagonal opposite vertices p and q.

The int argument value is only used to distinguish the two overloaded functions.

Precondition
p.x()<=q.x(), p.y()<=q.y() and p.z()<=q.z().