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Class KMLFeature<TProperties>

KML Features are abstract elements that are used as the base for concrete KML types, but should not be created directly.

since

2020.1

Type parameters

  • TProperties: KMLFeatureProperties

    Represents the type of feature's properties. Default type {@see KMLFeatureProperties}

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id

  • get id(): string | number
  • set id(value: number | string): void
  • The unique identifier of the Feature. This unique id must uniquely identify the Feature within the context of a model, ie.within the context of a luciad.model.feature.FeatureModel.

    Returns string | number

  • The unique identifier of the Feature. This unique id must uniquely identify the Feature within the context of a model, ie.within the context of a luciad.model.feature.FeatureModel.

    Parameters

    • value: number | string

    Returns any

properties

  • get properties(): TProperties
  • The properties that were passed to the constructor.

    Returns TProperties

shape

  • get shape(): Shape | null
  • set shape(shape: Shape | null): void
  • The shape of the feature

    Returns Shape | null

  • The shape of the feature

    Parameters

    Returns any

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