Struct libreda_pnr::db::RegularRepetition[][src]

pub struct RegularRepetition<T> where
    T: CoordinateType
{ /* fields omitted */ }
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Describe a equi-spaced n*m two-dimensional repetition as a lattice. The offsets are computed as (i*a, j*b) for i in 0..n and j in 0..m. a and b the distance vectors between two neighbouring points.

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Create a new lattice based repetition.

Parameters
  • a, b: Lattice vectors.
  • n, m: Number of repetitions in directions a and b.

Create a repetition along the x and y axis.

Example
use iron_shapes::prelude::RegularRepetition;

let rep = RegularRepetition::new_rectilinear(1, 1, 1, 2);
assert_eq!(rep.len(), 2);
let offsets: Vec<_> = rep.iter().collect();

assert_eq!(offsets, [(0, 0).into(), (0, 1).into()]);

Iterate over each offsets of this repetition.

Return the number of offsets in this repetition.

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