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pub struct Rectangle<T = f32> {
    pub x: T,
    pub y: T,
    pub width: T,
    pub height: T,
}
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A rectangle.

Fields

x: T

X coordinate of the top-left corner.

y: T

Y coordinate of the top-left corner.

width: T

Width of the rectangle.

height: T

Height of the rectangle.

Implementations

Creates a new Rectangle with its top-left corner in the given Point and with the provided Size.

Creates a new Rectangle with its top-left corner at the origin and with the provided Size.

Returns the Point at the center of the Rectangle.

Returns the X coordinate of the Point at the center of the Rectangle.

Returns the Y coordinate of the Point at the center of the Rectangle.

Returns the position of the top left corner of the Rectangle.

Returns the Size of the Rectangle.

Returns true if the given Point is contained in the Rectangle.

Computes the intersection with the given Rectangle.

Snaps the Rectangle to unsigned integer coordinates.

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