a port of the Processing Visualization Language

Vertices

The beginShape() function begins recording vertices for a shape and endShape() stops recording. A vertex is a location in space specified by X, Y, and sometimes Z coordinates. After calling the beginShape() function, a series of vertex() functions must follow. To stop drawing the shape, call the endShape() functions.

Original Processing.org Example: Vertices

// All Examples Written by Casey Reas and Ben Fry

// unless otherwise stated.

size(200, 200);

background(0);

noFill();



stroke(102);

beginShape();

curveVertex(168, 182);

curveVertex(168, 182);

curveVertex(136, 38);

curveVertex(42, 34);

curveVertex(64, 200);

curveVertex(64, 200);

endShape();



stroke(51);

beginShape(LINES);

vertex(60, 40);

vertex(160, 10);

vertex(170, 150);

vertex(60, 150);

endShape();



stroke(126);

beginShape();

vertex(60, 40);

bezierVertex(160, 10, 170, 150, 60, 150);

endShape();



stroke(255);

beginShape(POINTS);

vertex(60, 40);

vertex(160, 10);

vertex(170, 150);

vertex(60, 150);

endShape();
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