The bulge factor of the arc. This field is mutable.
The bulge factor is the ratio of (1) the distance between the arc midpoint and the center of the arc's chord, and (2) half the length of the arc's chord. The sign of the bulge indicates whether the midpoint is on the left side (positive) or right side (negative) of the vector from start to end point. So a bulge factor with an absolute value of 1 means a half-circle, smaller than 1 means a less bulging arc and larger than 1 means an arc that bulges out in the start and end point.The bulge factor of the arc. This field is mutable.
The bulge factor is the ratio of (1) the distance between the arc midpoint and the center of the arc's chord, and (2) half the length of the arc's chord. The sign of the bulge indicates whether the midpoint is on the left side (positive) or right side (negative) of the vector from start to end point. So a bulge factor with an absolute value of 1 means a half-circle, smaller than 1 means a less bulging arc and larger than 1 means an arc that bulges out in the start and end point.The center point of the circle defining the circular arc. This field is read-only.
Please use move2DToCoordinates or move2DToPoint to move the center point to a new position.The coordinate type this shape. This property is read only. An Error will be thrown when trying to assign to this property.
The end point of this circular arc.
The radius of the circle defining the circular arc.
The spatial reference of this shape. This property is read only. An Error will be thrown when trying to assign to this property.
The start angle. It is defined as an azimuth: in degrees, positive clockwise, starting up/north.
The start point of this circular arc.
The angle over which the arc extends. It is defined in degrees, positive clockwise.
Determines whether a given point is inside this shape. This method checks containment only in two dimensions: on the (x,y)-axis or the (lon,lat)-axis (depending on the spatial reference of the shape).
The point for which containment must be checked. If a 3D point is passed to this function, it will be treated as a 2D point: the z coordinate (height) will be ignored. The reference of this point must be the same reference as this Shape
true
when the given point is contained in this shape
Determines whether the given point is inside this shape. This method checks containment only in two dimensions: on the (x,y)-axis or the (lon,lat)-axis (depending on the spatial reference of the shape).
The x coordinate of the point for which containment must be checked
The y coordinate of the point for which containment must be checked
true
when the given point is contained in this shape
Determines whether the given point is inside this shape. This method checks containment only in two dimensions: on the (x,y)-axis or the (lon,lat)-axis (depending on the spatial reference of the shape).
The point for which containment must be checked.
true
when the given point is contained in this shape
Translates this shape so that its center point ends up at the specified position.
x coordinate value
y coordinate value
Moves the end point of this circular arc to the given coordinates
The new x coordinate of the end point on this circular arc
The new y coordinate of the end point on this circular arc
Moves the start point of this circular arc to the given coordinates
The new x coordinate of the start point on this circular arc
The new y coordinate of the start point on this circular arc
Translates the end point of this circular arc from its current position over the given translation vector to another location.
vector x coordinate value
vector y coordinate value
Translates the start point of this circular arc from its current position over the given translation vector to another location.
vector x coordinate value
vector y coordinate value
Circular-arc-by-bulge interface. A circular-arc-by-bulge is a Shape that represents a circular arc defined by two points and a bulge factor in the 2D space. A bulge factor of 1 means that the arc defines half a circle. As the bulge factor goes towards 0 the arc becomes flatter (i.e. the radius of the arc's circle increases). The sign of the bulge indicates whether the bulge is on the left side or right side of the vector from start to end point.
More specifically, consider the chord between start point S and end point E with a point C in the middle of it. The midpoint M of the arc is located on a line that starts from C and is oriented along the normal. The bulge factor is the ratio of the distance of MC and SC. The sign of the bulge indicates whether the midpoint is on the left side (positive) or right side (negative) of the vector from start to end point.
The circular-arc-by-bulge is defined by: