Reverse PathIterator

April 24, 2006 by Michael

Ein PathIterator ist in Java eine elegante Möglichkeit, alle Knoten und Kanten einer Form zu iterieren. Was dem eingebauten PathIterator leider fehlt, ist die Möglichkeit, die Form umgekehrt zu iterieren.

Nach eingem Suchen bin ich auf die tolle Klasse ReversePathIterator von gestoßen: Reverse PathIterator, mit Quelltext und allem. Sehr praktisch, zumal er sich vollkommen transparent statt des Originals nutzen lässt.

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