test_xld_point — Test whether one or more contours or polygons enclose the given point(s).
test_xld_point tests whether a test point (Row, Column) is enclosed by a contour or polygon XLD and returns the result in IsInside. If the input point is enclosed by the contour or polygon, the return value is 1, otherwise 0. In the case of a single test point and multiple contours or polygons, the (i-1)-th element of the resulting tuple IsInside indicates, whether the point is enclosed by the i-th contour or polygon. In the case of multiple test points and a single contour or polygon, the i-th element of the resulting tuple IsInside indicates, whether the i-th point is enclosed by the contour or polygon. In the case of multiple test points and multiple contours or polygons, the (i-1)-th element of the resulting tuple IsInside indicates, wether the (i-1)-th point is enclosed by the i-th contour or polygon (the subscription differs, because the indexing of the results tuple starts with 0 in contrast to the indexing of object tuples). In this case the number of input points must be equal to the number of contours or polygons. It is assumed that the contours or polygons are closed. If this is not the case test_xld_point will artificially close the contour. Nevertheless it is strongly recommended to pass only meaningful and closed contours or polygons in XLD.
If a test point is on the border of the contour or polygon, test_xld_point will deliver unpredictable results, i.e. the result may be 0 or 1 depending on arbitrary factors such as how the polygon is oriented with respect to the coordinate system. Note further that for points in the near proximity of the contour or polygon sides, a reliable classification is practically impossible because of numerical inaccuracies.
Contours or polygons to be tested.
Row coordinates of the points to be tested.
Column coordinates of the points to be tested.
Number of elements: Column == Row
Tuple with boolean numbers.
test_xld_point returns 2 (H_MSG_TRUE) if the input is not empty. If the input is empty the behavior can be set via set_system(::'no_object_result',<Result>:). If necessary, an exception is raised.
select_contours_xld, close_contours_xld, threshold_sub_pix