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GDB For Computer Graphics (CS602)
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You are quite familiar with the clipping concept as discussed in CS602 lectures. You have seen mainly four cases in which clipping are required.
1) The starting point p1 is outside and ending point p2 lies inside clipping rectangle.
2) The ending point p2 is inside and starting point p1 lies outside the clipping rectangle.
3) Whole object with both starting and ending point (p1 & p2) lies inside the clipping rectangle.
4) Whole object with both starting and ending point (p1 & p2) lies outside the clipping rectangle.
You have learned well how these cases are handled and points are clipped.
Now think critically and read this situation.
“If the object lies inside the clipping rectangle and it’s starting and ending points (p1 & p2) lies outside the clipping rectangle”.
What solution will be adopted to handle above mentioned situation?
Explain and justify your answer with logic.
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Please discuss here about this GDB.
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Friends please batao p1 and p2 points clipping k bahar ayengay ??
Please Discuss here about this GDB.Thanks
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Object will get new starting and ending points at the boundary of the clipping rectangle.
Because the object lies inside the clipping rectangle, or atleast that's my idea.
For reference look at handouts Page 150 - 154
i think two intersection points bany gy p1' and p2'...if the object is inside the clipping rectangle and p1 and p2 are outside the rectangle.....AM i right??
right sir no problem..
Muhammad Basil i think ur idea is correct
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according to above gdb it is the maybe clipping case ... :P
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