public interface ILcdRunway extends ILcdDataObject, ILcdPolyline
The end point of the runway direction at position 0 should be stored at the first
position of the runway center line (position 0).
The end point of the runway direction at position 1 should be stored at the last
position of the runway center line (position getPointCount() - 1).
In other words: the physical beginning and the physical end of the runway will have
the lowest index and the highest index in the polyline that determines the shape
of the runway. The individual points of a runway may be of the type
but this is not a general condition.
Attributes and relationships in AIS domain objects can be required or optional. When unspecified, an attribute or relationship is optional. Note that most optional attributes are modeled using features.
In future releases of AIS, optional attributes or relationship may be added to this interface. When this would happen, existing implementations may just return a specified default value for these new attributes or relationships (for instance 'null'). This will require a minimal effort to update existing code to a new version of AIS.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns the direction at the given index.
Returns the number of directions.
Returns the width of the runway.
getDataType, getValue, getValue, hasValue, hasValue, setValue, setValue
contains2D, contains2D, contains3D, contains3D, getFocusPoint
getPoint, getPointCount, getPointSFCT, getX, getY, getZ
ILcdRunwayDirection getRunwayDirection(int aIndex)
aIndex- The index of the direction to be returned.