Orientation | fo.operator() ( Kernel::Point_3 p, Kernel::Point_3 q, Kernel::Point_3 r, Kernel::Point_3 s) | |||
Let P be the plane defined by the points p, q,
and r. Note that the order defines the orientation of
P. The function computes the orientation of points p,
q, and s in P: Iff p, q, s are
collinear, COLLINEAR is returned. Iff P and the plane
defined by p, q, and s have the same orientation,
POSITIVE is returned; otherwise NEGATIVE is returned.
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Orientation | fo.operator() ( Kernel::Point_3 p, Kernel::Point_3 q, Kernel::Point_3 r) | |||
If p,q,r are collinear, then COLLINEAR is returned. If not, then p,q,r define a plane P. The return value in this case is either POSITIVE or NEGATIVE, but we don't specify it explicitly. However, we guarantee that all calls to this predicate over 3 points in P will return a coherent orientation if considered a 2D orientation in P. |