In Files

  • resolv.rb

Parent

Methods

Resolv::LOC::Coord

Constants

Regex

Attributes

coordinates[R]

The raw coordinates

orientation[R]

The orientation of the hemisphere as ‘lat’ or ‘lon’

Public Class Methods

create(arg) click to toggle source

Creates a new LOC::Coord from arg which may be:

LOC::Coord

returns arg.

String

arg must match the LOC::Coord::Regex constant

 
               # File resolv.rb, line 2660
def self.create(arg)
  case arg
  when Coord
    return arg
  when String
    coordinates = ''
    if Regex =~ arg &&  $1<180
      hemi = ($4[/([NE])/,1]) || ($4[/([SW])/,1]) ? 1 : -1
      coordinates = [(($1.to_i*(36e5))+($2.to_i*(6e4))+($3.to_f*(1e3)))*hemi+(2**31)].pack("N")
      (orientation ||= '') << $4[[/NS/],1] ? 'lat' : 'lon'
    else
      raise ArgumentError.new("not a properly formed Coord string: " + arg)
    end
    return Coord.new(coordinates,orientation)
  else
    raise ArgumentError.new("cannot interpret as Coord: #{arg.inspect}")
  end
end
            
new(coordinates,orientation) click to toggle source
 
               # File resolv.rb, line 2679
def initialize(coordinates,orientation)
  unless coordinates.kind_of?(String)
    raise ArgumentError.new("Coord must be a 32bit unsigned integer in hex format: #{coordinates.inspect}")
  end
  unless orientation.kind_of?(String) && orientation[/^lon$|^lat$/]
    raise ArgumentError.new('Coord expects orientation to be a String argument of "lat" or "lon"')
  end
  @coordinates = coordinates
  @orientation = orientation
end
            

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