In Files

  • resolv.rb

Methods

Resolv::DNS::Resource::LOC

Location resource

Attributes

altitude[R]

The altitude of the LOC above a reference sphere whose surface sits 100km below the WGS84 spheroid in centimeters as an unsigned 32bit integer

hprecision[R]

The horizontal precision using ssize type values in meters using scientific notation as 2 integers of XeY for precision use value/2 e.g. 2m = +/-1m

latitude[R]

The latitude for this LOC where 2**31 is the equator in thousandths of an arc second as an unsigned 32bit integer

longitude[R]

The longitude for this LOC where 2**31 is the prime meridian in thousandths of an arc second as an unsigned 32bit integer

ssize[R]

The spherical size of this LOC in meters using scientific notation as 2 integers of XeY

version[R]

Returns the version value for this LOC record which should always be 00

vprecision[R]

The vertical precision using ssize type values in meters using scientific notation as 2 integers of XeY for precision use value/2 e.g. 2m = +/-1m

Public Class Methods

new(version, ssize, hprecision, vprecision, latitude, longitude, altitude) click to toggle source
 
               # File resolv.rb, line 1989
def initialize(version, ssize, hprecision, vprecision, latitude, longitude, altitude)
  @version    = version
  @ssize      = Resolv::LOC::Size.create(ssize)
  @hprecision = Resolv::LOC::Size.create(hprecision)
  @vprecision = Resolv::LOC::Size.create(vprecision)
  @latitude   = Resolv::LOC::Coord.create(latitude)
  @longitude  = Resolv::LOC::Coord.create(longitude)
  @altitude   = Resolv::LOC::Alt.create(altitude)
end
            

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