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  • Usage: PApplet [options] [sketch args] The [options] are one or several of the parameters seen below. The class name is required. If you're running outside the PDE and your class is in a package, this should include the full name. That means that if the class is called Sketchy and the package is com.sketchycompany then com.sketchycompany.Sketchy should be used as the class name. The [sketch args] are any command line parameters you want to send to the sketch itself. These will be passed into the args[] array in PApplet. The simplest way to turn and sketch into an application is to add the following code to your program: static public void main(String args[]) PApplet.main("YourSketchName"); That will properly launch your code from a double-clickable .jar or from the command line. Parameters useful for launching or also used by the PDE: --location=x,y Upper-lefthand corner of where the applet should appear on screen. If not used, the default is to center on the main screen. --present Presentation mode: blanks the entire screen and shows the sketch by itself. If the sketch is smaller than the screen, the background around it will use the --window-color setting. --hide-stop Use to hide the stop button in situations where you don't want to allow users to exit. also see the FAQ on information for capturing the ESC key when running in presentation mode. --stop-color=#xxxxxx Color of the 'stop' text used to quit an sketch when it's in present mode. --window-color=#xxxxxx Background color of the window. The color used around the sketch when it's smaller than the minimum window size for the OS, and the matte color when using 'present' mode. --sketch-path Location of where to save files from functions like saveStrings() or saveFrame(). defaults to the folder that the java application was launched from, which means if this isn't set by the pde, everything goes into the same folder as processing.exe. --display=n Set what display should be used by this sketch. Displays are numbered starting from 1. This will be overridden by fullScreen() calls that specify a display. Omitting this option will cause the default display to be used. Parameters used by Processing when running via the PDE --external set when the applet is being used by the PDE --editor-location=x,y position of the upper-lefthand corner of the editor window, for placement of applet window All parameters *after* the sketch class name are passed to the sketch itself and available from its 'args' array while the sketch is running.See Also:

mainpublic static void main(java.lang.Class mainClass, java.lang.String... args)Convenience method so that PApplet.main(YourSketch.class) launches a sketch, rather than having to call getName() on it.mainpublic static void main(java.lang.String mainClass)Convenience method so that PApplet.main("YourSketch") launches a sketch, rather than having to wrap it into a single element String array.Parameters:mainClass - name of the class to load (with package if any)mainpublic static void main(java.lang.String mainClass, java.lang.String[] sketchArgs)Convenience method so that PApplet.main("YourSketch", args) launches a sketch, rather than having to wrap it into a String array, and appending the 'args' array when not null.Parameters:mainClass - name of the class to load (with package if any)sketchArgs - command line arguments to pass to the sketch's 'args' array. Note that this is not the same as the args passed to (and understood by) PApplet such as --display.runSketchpublic static void runSketch(java.lang.String[] args, PApplet constructedSketch)hideMenuBarpublic static void hideMenuBar()Convenience method, should only be called by PSurface subclasses.beginRecordpublic PGraphics beginRecord(java.lang.String renderer, java.lang.String filename)( begin auto-generated from beginRecord.xml ) Opens a new file and all subsequent drawing functions are echoed to this file as well as the display window. The beginRecord() function requires two parameters, the first is the renderer and the second is the file name. This function is always used with endRecord() to stop the recording process and close the file. Note that beginRecord() will only pick up any settings that happen after it has been called. For instance, if you call textFont() before beginRecord(), then that font will not be set for the file that you're recording to. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:renderer - PDF or SVGfilename - filename for outputSee Also:endRecord()beginRecordpublic void beginRecord(PGraphics recorder)endRecordpublic void endRecord()( begin auto-generated from endRecord.xml ) Stops the recording process started by beginRecord() and closes the file. ( end auto-generated )See Also:beginRecord(String, String)beginRawpublic PGraphics beginRaw(java.lang.String renderer, java.lang.String filename)( begin auto-generated from beginRaw.xml ) To create vectors from 3D data, use the beginRaw() and endRaw() commands. These commands will grab the shape data just before it is rendered to the screen. At this stage, your entire scene is nothing but a long list of individual lines and triangles. This means that a shape created with sphere() function will be made up of hundreds of triangles, rather than a single object. Or that a multi-segment line shape (such as a curve) will be rendered as individual segments. When using beginRaw() and endRaw(), it's possible to write to either a 2D or 3D renderer. For instance, beginRaw() with the PDF library will write the geometry as flattened triangles and lines, even if recording from the P3D renderer. If you want a background to show up in your files, use rect(0, 0, width, height) after setting the fill() to the background color. Otherwise the background will not be rendered to the file because the background is not shape. Using hint(ENABLE_DEPTH_SORT) can improve the appearance of 3D geometry drawn to 2D file formats. See the hint() reference for more details. See examples in the reference for the PDF and DXF libraries for more information. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:renderer - for example, PDF or DXFfilename - filename for outputSee Also:endRaw(), hint(int)beginRawpublic void beginRaw(PGraphics rawGraphics)Parameters:rawGraphics - ???endRawpublic void endRaw()( begin auto-generated from endRaw.xml ) Complement to beginRaw(); they must always be used together. See the beginRaw() reference for details. ( end auto-generated )See Also:beginRaw(String, String)loadPixelspublic void loadPixels()( begin auto-generated from loadPixels.xml ) Loads the pixel data for the display window into the pixels[] array. This function must always be called before reading from or writing to pixels[]. renderers may or may not seem to require loadPixels() or updatePixels(). However, the rule is that any time you want to manipulate the pixels[] array, you must first call loadPixels(), and after changes have been made, call updatePixels(). Even if the renderer may not seem to use this function in the current Processing release, this will always be subject to change. ( end auto-generated ) Advanced Override the g.pixels[] function to set the pixels[] array that's part of the PApplet object. Allows the use of pixels[] in the code, rather than g.pixels[].See Also:pixels, updatePixels()updatePixelspublic void updatePixels()( begin auto-generated from updatePixels.xml ) Updates the display window with the data in the pixels[] array. Use in conjunction with loadPixels(). If you're only reading pixels from the array, there's no need to call updatePixels() unless there are changes. renderers may or may not seem to require loadPixels() or updatePixels(). However, the rule is that any time you want to manipulate the pixels[] array, you must first call loadPixels(), and after changes have been made, call updatePixels(). Even if the renderer may not seem to use this function in the current Processing release, this will always be subject to change. Currently, none of the renderers use the additional parameters to updatePixels(), however this may be implemented in the future. ( end auto-generated )See Also:loadPixels(), pixelsupdatePixelspublic void updatePixels(int x1, int y1, int x2, int y2)Parameters:x1 - x-coordinate of the upper-left cornery1 - y-coordinate of the upper-left cornerx2 - width of the regiony2 - height of the regionbeginPGLpublic PGL beginPGL()endPGLpublic void endPGL()flushpublic void flush()hintpublic void hint(int which)beginShapepublic void beginShape()Start a new shape of type POLYGONbeginShapepublic void beginShape(int kind)( begin auto-generated from beginShape.xml ) Using the beginShape() and endShape() functions allow creating more complex forms. beginShape() begins recording vertices for a shape and endShape() stops recording. The value of the MODE parameter tells it which types of shapes to create from the provided vertices. With no mode specified, the shape can be any irregular polygon. The parameters available for beginShape() are POINTS, LINES, TRIANGLES, TRIANGLE_FAN, TRIANGLE_STRIP, QUADS, and QUAD_STRIP. After calling the beginShape() function, a series of vertex() commands must follow. To stop drawing the shape, call endShape(). The vertex() function with two parameters specifies a position in 2D and the vertex() function with three parameters specifies a position in 3D. Each shape will be outlined with the current stroke color and filled with the fill color. Transformations such as translate(), rotate(), and scale() do not work within beginShape(). It is also not possible to use other shapes, such as ellipse() or rect() within beginShape(). The P3D renderer settings allow stroke() and fill() settings to be altered per-vertex, however the default P2D renderer does not. Settings such as strokeWeight(), strokeCap(), and strokeJoin() cannot be changed while inside a beginShape()/endShape() block with any renderer. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:kind - Either POINTS, LINES, TRIANGLES, TRIANGLE_FAN, TRIANGLE_STRIP, QUADS, or QUAD_STRIPSee Also:PShape, PGraphics.endShape(), PGraphics.vertex(float, float, float, float, float), PGraphics.curveVertex(float, float, float), PGraphics.bezierVertex(float, float, float, float, float, float, float, float, float)edgepublic void edge(boolean edge)Sets whether the upcoming vertex is part of an edge. Equivalent to glEdgeFlag(), for people familiar with OpenGL.normalpublic void normal(float nx, float ny, float nz)( begin auto-generated from normal.xml ) Sets the current normal vector. This is for drawing three dimensional shapes and surfaces and specifies a vector perpendicular to the surface of the shape which determines how lighting affects it. Processing attempts to automatically assign normals to shapes, but since that's imperfect, this is a better option when you want more control. This function is identical to glNormal3f() in OpenGL. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:nx - x directionny - y directionnz - z directionSee Also:PGraphics.beginShape(int), PGraphics.endShape(int), PGraphics.lights()attribPositionpublic void attribPosition(java.lang.String name, float x, float y, float z)attribNormalpublic void attribNormal(java.lang.String name, float nx, float ny, float nz)attribColorpublic void attribColor(java.lang.String name, int color)attribpublic void attrib(java.lang.String name, float... values)attribpublic void attrib(java.lang.String name, int... values)attribpublic void attrib(java.lang.String name, boolean... values)textureModepublic void textureMode(int mode)( begin auto-generated from textureMode.xml ) Sets the coordinate space for texture mapping. There are two options, IMAGE, which refers to the actual coordinates of the image, and NORMAL, which refers to a normalized space of values ranging from 0 to 1. The default mode is IMAGE. In IMAGE, if an image is 100 x 200 pixels, mapping the image onto the entire size of a quad would require the points (0,0) (0,100) (100,200) (0,200). The same mapping in NORMAL_SPACE is (0,0) (0,1) (1,1) (0,1). ( end auto-generated )Parameters:mode - either IMAGE or NORMALSee Also:PGraphics.texture(PImage), PGraphics.textureWrap(int)textureWrappublic void textureWrap(int wrap)( begin auto-generated from textureWrap.xml ) Description to come... ( end auto-generated from textureWrap.xml )Parameters:wrap - Either CLAMP (default) or REPEATSee Also:PGraphics.texture(PImage), PGraphics.textureMode(int)texturepublic void texture(PImage image)( begin auto-generated from texture.xml ) Sets a texture to be applied to vertex points. The texture() function must be called between beginShape() and endShape() and before any calls to vertex(). When textures are in use, the fill color is ignored. Instead, use tint() to specify the color of the texture as it is applied to the shape. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:image - reference to a PImage objectSee Also:PGraphics.textureMode(int), PGraphics.textureWrap(int), PGraphics.beginShape(int), PGraphics.endShape(int), PGraphics.vertex(float, float, float, float, float)noTexturepublic void noTexture()Removes texture image for current shape. Needs to be called between beginShape and endShapevertexpublic void vertex(float x, float y)vertexpublic void vertex(float x, float y, float z)vertexpublic void vertex(float[] v)Used by renderer subclasses or PShape to efficiently pass in already formatted vertex information.Parameters:v - vertex parameters, as a float array of length VERTEX_FIELD_COUNTvertexpublic void vertex(float x, float y, float u, float v)vertexpublic void vertex(float x, float y, float z, float u, float v)( begin auto-generated from vertex.xml ) All shapes are constructed by connecting a series of vertices. vertex() is used to specify the vertex coordinates for points, lines, triangles, quads, and polygons and is used exclusively within the beginShape() and endShape() function. Drawing a vertex in 3D using the z parameter requires the P3D parameter in combination with size as shown in the above example. This function is also used to map a texture onto the geometry. The texture() function declares the texture to apply to the geometry and the u and v coordinates set define the mapping of this texture to the form. By default, the coordinates used for u and v are specified in relation to the image's size in pixels, but this relation can be changed with textureMode(). ( end auto-generated )Parameters:x - x-coordinate of the vertexy - y-coordinate of the vertexz - z-coordinate of the vertexu - horizontal coordinate for the texture mappingv - vertical coordinate for the texture mappingSee Also:PGraphics.beginShape(int), PGraphics.endShape(int), PGraphics.bezierVertex(float, float, float, float, float, float, float, float, float), PGraphics.quadraticVertex(float, float, float, float, float, float), PGraphics.curveVertex(float, float, float), PGraphics.texture(PImage)beginContourpublic void beginContour()endContourpublic void endContour()endShapepublic void endShape()endShapepublic void endShape(int mode)( begin auto-generated from endShape.xml ) The endShape() function is the companion to beginShape() and may only be called after beginShape(). When endshape() is called, all of image data defined since the previous call to beginShape() is written into the image buffer. The constant CLOSE as the value for the MODE parameter to close the shape (to connect the beginning and the end). ( end auto-generated )Parameters:mode - use CLOSE to close the shapeSee Also:PShape, PGraphics.beginShape(int)loadShapepublic PShape loadShape(java.lang.String filename)Parameters:filename - name of file to load, can be .svg or .objSee Also:PShape, createShape()loadShapepublic PShape loadShape(java.lang.String filename, java.lang.String options)createShapepublic PShape createShape()See Also:PShape, PShape.endShape(), loadShape(String)createShapepublic PShape createShape(int type)createShapepublic PShape createShape(int kind, float... p)Parameters:kind - either POINT, LINE, TRIANGLE, QUAD, RECT, ELLIPSE, ARC, BOX, SPHEREp - parameters that match the kind of shapeloadShaderpublic PShader loadShader(java.lang.String fragFilename)( begin auto-generated from loadShader.xml ) This is a new reference entry for Processing 2.0. It will be updated shortly. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:fragFilename - name of fragment shader fileloadShaderpublic PShader loadShader(java.lang.String fragFilename, java.lang.String vertFilename)Parameters:vertFilename - name of vertex shader fileshaderpublic void shader(PShader shader)( begin auto-generated from shader.xml ) This is a new reference entry for Processing 2.0. It will be updated shortly. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:shader - name of shader fileshaderpublic void shader(PShader shader, int kind)Parameters:kind - type of shader, either POINTS, LINES, or TRIANGLESresetShaderpublic void resetShader()( begin auto-generated from resetShader.xml ) This is a new reference entry for Processing 2.0. It will be updated shortly. ( end auto-generated )resetShaderpublic void resetShader(int kind)Parameters:kind - type of shader, either POINTS, LINES, or TRIANGLESfilterpublic void filter(PShader shader)Parameters:shader - the fragment shader to applyclippublic void clip(float a, float b, float c, float d)( begin auto-generated from clip.xml ) Limits the rendering to the boundaries of a rectangle defined by the parameters. The boundaries are drawn based on the state of the imageMode() fuction, either CORNER, CORNERS, or CENTER. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:a - x-coordinate of the rectangle, by defaultb - y-coordinate of the rectangle, by defaultc - width of the rectangle, by defaultd - height of the rectangle, by defaultnoClippublic void noClip()( begin auto-generated from noClip.xml ) Disables the clipping previously started by the clip() function. ( end auto-generated )blendModepublic void blendMode(int mode)( begin auto-generated from blendMode.xml ) This is a new reference entry for Processing 2.0. It will be updated shortly. ( end auto-generated )Parameters:mode - the blending mode to usebezierVertexpublic void bezierVertex(float x2, float y2, float x3, float y3, float x4, float y4)</li


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