a port of the Processing Visualization Language


All shapes drawn to the screen have a position that is specified as a coordinate. All coordinates are measured as the distance from the origin in units of pixels. The origin [0, 0] is the coordinate is in the upper left of the window and the coordinate in the lower right is [width-1, height-1].

Original Processing.org Example: Coordinates

// All Examples Written by Casey Reas and Ben Fry

// unless otherwise stated.

// Sets the screen to be 200, 200, so the width of the window is 200 pixels

// and the height of the window is 200 pixels

size(200, 200);




// The two parameters of the point() method each specify coordinates.

// This call to point() draws at the position [100, 100]

point(width/2, height/2);

// Draws to the position [100, 50]

point(width/2, height/4); 

// It is also possible to specify a point with any parameter, 

// but only coordinates on the screen are visible

point(60, 30);

point(60, 134);

point(160, 50);

point(280, -800);

point(201, 100);

// Coordinates are used for drawing all shapes, not just points.

// Parameters for different methods are used for different purposes.

// For example, the first two parameters to line() specify the coordinates of the 

// first point and the second two parameters specify the second point


line(0, 73, width, 73);

// The first two parameters to rect() are coordinates

// and the second two are the width and height

rect(110, 55, 40, 36);
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