An immutable class representing a latitude/longitude aligned rectangle.
Nested Class Summary
|class||LatLngBounds.Builder||This is a builder that is able to create a minimum bound based on a set of LatLng points.|
Inherited Constant Summary
|public final LatLng||northeast||Northeast corner of the bound.|
|public final LatLng||southwest||Southwest corner of the bound.|
Public Constructor Summary
Public Method Summary
Creates a new builder.
Returns the center of this LatLngBounds.
Inherited Method Summary
writeToParcel(Parcel arg0, int arg1)
public final LatLng northeast
Northeast corner of the bound.
public final LatLng southwest
Southwest corner of the bound.
Creates a new bounds based on a southwest and a northeast corner.
The bounds conceptually includes all points where:
- the latitude is in the range [northeast.latitude, southwest.latitude];
- the longitude is in the range [southwest.longtitude, northeast.longitude] if southwest.longtitude ≤ northeast.longitude; and
- the longitude is in the range [southwest.longitude, 180) ∪ [-180, northeast.longitude] if southwest.longtitude > northeast.longitude.
|IllegalArgumentException||if the latitude of the northeast corner is below the latitude of the southwest corner.|
public static LatLngBounds.Builder builder ()
Creates a new builder.
public boolean contains (LatLng point)
public static LatLngBounds createFromAttributes (Context context, AttributeSet attrs)
Creates a LatLngBounds from the
public boolean equals (Object o)
public LatLng getCenter ()
Returns the center of this LatLngBounds. The center is simply the average of the coordinates (taking into account if it crosses the antimeridian). This is approximately the geographical center (it would be exact if the Earth were a perfect sphere). It will not necessarily be the center of the rectangle as drawn on the map due to the Mercator projection.
LatLngthat is the center of the LatLngBounds.
public int hashCode ()
public LatLngBounds including (LatLng point)
In particular, it will consider extending the bounds both in the eastward and westward directions (one of which may cross the antimeridian) and choose the smaller of the two. In the case that both directions result in a LatLngBounds of the same size, this will extend it in the eastward direction.
- A new
LatLngBoundsthat contains this and the extra point.