QGeoRectangle

The QGeoRectangle class defines a rectangular geographic area. More

Inheritance diagram of PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Synopsis

Functions

Detailed Description

The rectangle is defined in terms of a QGeoCoordinate which specifies the top left coordinate of the rectangle and a QGeoCoordinate which specifies the bottom right coordinate of the rectangle.

A geo rectangle is considered invalid if the top left or bottom right coordinates are invalid or if the top left coordinate is south of the bottom right coordinate.

Geo rectangles can never cross the poles.

Several methods behave as though the geo rectangle is defined in terms of a center coordinate, the width of the geo rectangle in degrees and the height of the geo rectangle in degrees.

If the height or center of a geo rectangle is adjusted such that it would cross one of the poles the height is modified such that the geo rectangle touches but does not cross the pole and that the center coordinate is still in the center of the geo rectangle.

This class is a Q_GADGET since Qt 5.5. It can be directly used from C++ and QML .

class PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle(center, degreesWidth, degreesHeight)

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle(topLeft, bottomRight)

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle(other)

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle(other)

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle(coordinates)

param degreesWidth

double

param coordinates

param topLeft

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

param degreesHeight

double

param bottomRight

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

param other

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

param center

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

Constructs a new, invalid geo rectangle.

Constructs a new geo rectangle centered at center with a width in degrees of degreesWidth and a height in degrees of degreesHeight .

If degreesHeight would take the geo rectangle beyond one of the poles, the height of the geo rectangle will be truncated such that the geo rectangle only extends up to the pole. The center of the geo rectangle will be unchanged, and the height will be adjusted such that the center point is at the center of the truncated geo rectangle.

Constructs a new geo rectangle with a top left coordinate topLeft and a bottom right coordinate bottomRight .

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.bottomLeft()
Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the bottom left coorindate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.bottomRight()
Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the bottom right coordinate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.contains(rectangle)
Parameters

rectanglePySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Return type

bool

Returns whether the geo rectangle rectangle is contained within this geo rectangle.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.extendRectangle(coordinate)
Parameters

coordinatePySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

Extends the geo rectangle to also cover the coordinate coordinate

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.height()
Return type

double

This property holds This property holds the height of this geo rectangle in degrees..

The property value is undefined if this geo rectangle is invalid.

If the new height is less than 0.0 or if this geo rectangle is invalid, the property is not changed. To set up the values of an invalid geo rectangle based on the center, width, and height, you should use setCenter() first to make the geo rectangle valid.

If the change in height would cause the geo rectangle to cross a pole, the height is adjusted such that the geo rectangle only touches the pole.

This change is done such that the center coordinate is still at the center of the geo rectangle, which may result in a geo rectangle with a smaller height than expected.

180.0 is the height used only if the new height is greater or equal than 180.

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.intersects(rectangle)
Parameters

rectanglePySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Return type

bool

Returns whether the geo rectangle rectangle intersects this geo rectangle.

If the top or bottom edges of both geo rectangles are at one of the poles the geo rectangles are considered to be intersecting, since the longitude is irrelevant when the edges are at the pole.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.__ne__(other)
Parameters

otherPySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Return type

bool

Returns whether this geo rectangle is not equal to other .

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.__eq__(other)
Parameters

otherPySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Return type

bool

Returns whether this geo rectangle is equal to other .

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.__or__(rectangle)
Parameters

rectanglePySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Returns the smallest geo rectangle which contains both this geo rectangle and rectangle .

If the centers of the two geo rectangles are separated by exactly 180.0 degrees then the width is set to 360.0 degrees with the leftmost longitude set to -180.0 degrees and the rightmost longitude set to 180.0 degrees. This is done to ensure that the result is independent of the order of the operands.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.__ior__(rectangle)
Parameters

rectanglePySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Returns the smallest geo rectangle which contains both this geo rectangle and rectangle .

If the centers of the two geo rectangles are separated by exactly 180.0 degrees then the width is set to 360.0 degrees with the leftmost longitude set to -180.0 degrees and the rightmost longitude set to 180.0 degrees. This is done to ensure that the result is independent of the order of the operands.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.setBottomLeft(bottomLeft)
Parameters

bottomLeftPySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the bottom left coorindate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.setBottomRight(bottomRight)
Parameters

bottomRightPySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the bottom right coordinate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.setCenter(center)
Parameters

centerPySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the center of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

See also

center

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.setHeight(degreesHeight)
Parameters

degreesHeightdouble

This property holds This property holds the height of this geo rectangle in degrees..

The property value is undefined if this geo rectangle is invalid.

If the new height is less than 0.0 or if this geo rectangle is invalid, the property is not changed. To set up the values of an invalid geo rectangle based on the center, width, and height, you should use setCenter() first to make the geo rectangle valid.

If the change in height would cause the geo rectangle to cross a pole, the height is adjusted such that the geo rectangle only touches the pole.

This change is done such that the center coordinate is still at the center of the geo rectangle, which may result in a geo rectangle with a smaller height than expected.

180.0 is the height used only if the new height is greater or equal than 180.

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.setTopLeft(topLeft)
Parameters

topLeftPySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the top left coordinate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.setTopRight(topRight)
Parameters

topRightPySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the top right coordinate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.setWidth(degreesWidth)
Parameters

degreesWidthdouble

This property holds This property holds the width of this geo rectangle in degrees..

The property value is undefined if this geo rectangle is invalid.

If the new width is less than 0.0 or if this geo rectangle is invalid, this function does nothing. To set up the values of an invalid geo rectangle based on the center, width, and height, you should use setCenter() first to make the geo rectangle valid.

360.0 is the width used only if the new width is equal or greater than 360. In such cases the leftmost longitude of the geo rectangle is set to -180.0 degrees and the rightmost longitude of the geo rectangle is set to 180.0 degrees.

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.topLeft()
Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the top left coordinate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.topRight()
Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoCoordinate

This property holds This property holds the top right coordinate of this geo rectangle..

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.translate(degreesLatitude, degreesLongitude)
Parameters
  • degreesLatitudedouble

  • degreesLongitudedouble

Translates this geo rectangle by degreesLatitude northwards and degreesLongitude eastwards.

Negative values of degreesLatitude and degreesLongitude correspond to southward and westward translation respectively.

If the translation would have caused the geo rectangle to cross a pole the geo rectangle will be translated until the top or bottom edge of the geo rectangle touches the pole but not further.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.translated(degreesLatitude, degreesLongitude)
Parameters
  • degreesLatitudedouble

  • degreesLongitudedouble

Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Returns a copy of this geo rectangle translated by degreesLatitude northwards and degreesLongitude eastwards.

Negative values of degreesLatitude and degreesLongitude correspond to southward and westward translation respectively.

See also

translate()

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.united(rectangle)
Parameters

rectanglePySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Return type

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle

Returns the smallest geo rectangle which contains both this geo rectangle and rectangle .

If the centers of the two geo rectangles are separated by exactly 180.0 degrees then the width is set to 360.0 degrees with the leftmost longitude set to -180.0 degrees and the rightmost longitude set to 180.0 degrees. This is done to ensure that the result is independent of the order of the operands.

PySide2.QtPositioning.QGeoRectangle.width()
Return type

double

This property holds This property holds the width of this geo rectangle in degrees..

The property value is undefined if this geo rectangle is invalid.

If the new width is less than 0.0 or if this geo rectangle is invalid, this function does nothing. To set up the values of an invalid geo rectangle based on the center, width, and height, you should use setCenter() first to make the geo rectangle valid.

360.0 is the width used only if the new width is equal or greater than 360. In such cases the leftmost longitude of the geo rectangle is set to -180.0 degrees and the rightmost longitude of the geo rectangle is set to 180.0 degrees.

While this property is introduced in Qt 5.5, the related accessor functions exist since the first version of this class.