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Vector2d

Vector2d handles two-dimensional coordinates and vectors. Vectors are immutable, meaning this is a purely functional library.

Quick example

require 'vector2d'

vector = Vector2d(50, 70)

vector.aspect_ratio        # => 0.714285714285714
vector.length              # => 86.0232526704263

vector * 2                 # => Vector2d(100,140)
vector + Vector2d(20, 30)  # => Vector2d(70,100)

vector.fit(Vector2d(64, 64)) # => Vector2d(64,45)

Vector2d.parse([50, 70])   # => Vector2d(50,70)
Vector2d.parse("50x70")    # => Vector2d(50,70)

Documentation

API documentation

License

Copyright (c) 2006-2019 Inge Jørgensen

Vector2d is released under the MIT License.

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