|parrotcode: Parrot class representing rectangles in Parrot SDL|
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SDL::Rect - Parrot class representing rectangles in Parrot SDL
# load this library load_bytecode 'library/SDL/Rect.imc' # create a new SDL::Rect object .local pmc rect .local int rect_type find_type rect_type, 'SDL::Rect' rect = new rect_type # set some arguments for this SDL::Rect .local pmc rect_args new rect_args, .PerlHash rect_args[ 'x' ] = 270 rect_args[ 'y' ] = 190 rect_args[ 'height' ] = 100 rect_args[ 'width' ] = 100 # now set the arguments on the object rect.'_new'( rect_args ) # ... and blit to or fill surfaces with this object!
The SDL::Rect class represents rects in SDL. SDL::Rect objects represent sources and destinations for filling and blitting to and from SDL::Surface objects.
An SDL::Rect object has the following methods:
SDL_Rect. You'll probably never need to call this directly, unless you're using raw SDL functions.
Written and maintained by chromatic, <chromatic at wgz dot org>, with suggestions from Jens Rieks. Please send patches, feedback, and suggestions to the Perl 6 Internals mailing list.
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