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- SEE ALSO
- Image Pixel Calculations
CAD::Drawing::Calculate::Finite - Vector graphics and limited space.
This module is intended as a back-end to CAD::Drawing for methods specific to finite formats (and entities) like images and postscript.
Eric L. Wilhelm <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>
This module is copyright (C) 2004-2006 by Eric L. Wilhelm. Portions copyright (C) 2003 by Eric L. Wilhelm and A. Zahner Co.
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Performs extents and scaling to fit entire drawing within a bound. Returns the scale which is required to create the fit.
$scale = $drw->fit_to_bound(\@bound, \@border, \%opts);
@bound arg is a rectangle ([0,0],[11,8.5]) @border is ([$left_sp, $bottom_sp], [$right_sp, $top_sp]) %opts are weird
Returns a polyline in terms of image pixels. If a rectangle was stored in the image, translates this to a polyline that will be clockwise from lower-left after being switched to world coordinates.
If there are no clip points, the image boundary will be returned.
These allow you to translate between drawing space and image space.
Returns the ($i,$j) pixel in (left-handed (typical)) image coordinates corresponding to the [$x,$y] value of @point.
Floating point values will be returned. Do your own rounding!
Returns the world ($x, $y) location corresponding to the image pixels in @pixel.