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A class providing methods for operating on AGSGeometry
objects.
This class can perform geometric operations such as spatial relationship tests, reprojections, shape manipulations, and topological query and analysis operations.
The class contains static methods that operate on geometries. The types of operations that can be performed include the following 
Some operations use geodesic line interpolation rather than planar (Cartesian). Those that use geodesic line interpolation are specified in their descriptions. A geodesic line follows the shortest distance between two points on the Earth's surface when Earth's surface is approximated by a spheroid. When geodesic line interpolation is used, measurements of distance, area and azimuth are accurate with respect to the curved surface of the spheroid.
+ (double) areaOfGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Gets the simple area for the AGSGeometry passed in. This is a planar measurement using 2D Cartesian mathematics to compute the area. The planar measurements of distance and area can be extremely inaccurate if using an unsuitable spatial reference. Ensure that you understand the potential for error with the geometry's spatial reference. If you need to calculate more accurate results consider using a different spatial reference, or using the geodetic equivalent, AGSGeometryEngine::areaGeodeticWithGeometry:unit:curveType:
.
The geometry must be topologically correct to get its accurate legth. Geometries returned by ArcGIS Server services are always correct. If you construct geometries programmatically or using the sketch layer, or if you modify geometries returned by ArcGIS Server, you should simplify them using simplifyGeometry:
Supports true curves.
geometry  The geometry to calculate the area for. 
AGSGeometryEngine::areaGeodeticWithGeometry:unit:curveType:
+ (nullable NSArray<AGSPolygon*>*) autoCompleteForExistingBoundaries:  (NSArray< AGSGeometry * > *)  existingBoundaries  
newBoundaries:  (NSArray< AGSPolyline * > *)  newBoundaries  
Fills the closed gaps between polygons using polygon boundaries and polylines as the boundary for the new polygons.
The new polygons are created in the closed empty areas bounded by the edges of the existing polygon boundaries and the new boundary polylines. The newly created polygons do not overlap any existing polygons or polylines, and the boundary of a new polygon must contain at least one edge from the polylines. Only polygons that intersect the input polylines will participate in the operation, so it makes sense to prefilter the input accordingly. The geometries in existingBoundaries must all have an area, i.e. be polygons or envelopes. The geometries in newBoundaries must all be polylines. The geometries in existingBoundaries and newBoundaries must have consistent spatial references.
existingBoundaries  The polygons. 
newBoundaries  The polylines. 
existingBoundaries
or newBoundaries
is empty, returns an empty array. Returns nil
on error. + (nullable AGSGeometry*) boundaryOfGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Calculates the boundary of the given geometry.
Supports true curves.
geometry  A geometry object. 
+ (nullable NSArray<AGSGeometry*>*) bufferGeometries:  (NSArray< AGSGeometry * > *)  geometries  
distances:  (NSArray< NSNumber * > *)  distances  
unionResults:  (BOOL)  unionResults  
Creates and returns a buffer relative to the given geometries.
The geometries must have the same spatial reference. Planar measurements of distance and area can be extremely inaccurate if using an unsuitable spatial reference. Ensure that you understand the potential for error with the geometry's spatial reference. If you need to calculate more accurate results consider using a different spatial reference, or using the geodetic equivalent, geodeticBufferGeometries:distances:distanceUnit:maxDeviation:curveType:unionResults:
.
Supports true curves as input, producing a densified curve as output where applicable
geometries  A collection of geometries. 
distances  The distance (in the unit of the geometry's spatial reference) to buffer each geometry, expressed as an array of NSNumber (doubles). If the size of the distances array is less than the number of geometries, the last distance value is used for the rest of geometries. 
unionResults  Returns a single geometry that buffers all the geometries (YES ), or one buffer for each in the given collection (NO ). 
unionResults
is YES
, there will be only a single polygon in the resulting collection. Returns nil
on error https://developers.arcgis.com/documentation/spatialreferences/
for more information about spatial references. + (nullable AGSPolygon*) bufferGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
byDistance:  (double)  distance  
Returns a geometry object that represents a buffer relative to the given geometry.
Planar measurements of distance and area can be extremely inaccurate if using an unsuitable spatial reference. Ensure that you understand the potential for error with the geometry's spatial reference. If you need to calculate more accurate results consider using a different spatial reference, or using the geodetic equivalent, geodeticBufferGeometry:distance:distanceUnit:maxDeviation:curveType:
.
Supports true curves as input, producing a densified curve as output where applicable.
geometry  Specifies the input geometry. 
distance  The distance (in the unit of the geometry's spatial reference) by which to buffer the geometry. 
nil
on error. AGSUnit::convert:fromUnit:
and AGSUnit::convert:toUnit:
to convert values between different units + (nullable AGSGeometry*) clipGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
withEnvelope:  (AGSEnvelope *)  envelope  
Constructs the polygon created by clipping geometry by envelope.
Supports true curves.
geometry  The geometry to be clipped by the given envelope. 
envelope  The envelope in which to use in order to clip geometry. 
+ (nullable AGSEnvelope*) combineExtentsOfGeometries:  (NSArray< AGSGeometry * > *)  geometries 
Returns the combined envelope of geometries in the given array.
The geometries must have consistent spatial references.
Supports true curves.
geometries  An NSArray of geometries. 
nil
on error. + (nullable AGSEnvelope*) combineExtentsOfGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
andGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns the combined envelope of the two given geometries.
The given geometries must have consistent spatial references.
Supports true curves.
geometry1  A geometry object. 
geometry2  Another geometry object. 
+ (nullable NSArray<AGSGeometry*>*) convexHullForGeometries:  (NSArray< AGSGeometry * > *)  geometries  
mergeInputs:  (BOOL)  mergeInputs  
Returns the convex hull for the geometries in the given array.
The geometries must have consistent spatial references.
geometries  An NSArray of geometries. 
mergeInputs  Return a single geometry that encloses all the geometries (YES ), or one enclosing geometry for each in the collection (NO ). 
YES
, returns a single convex hull that encloses all the geometries in the collection as a single geometry in an array. If mergeInputs
is NO
, returns the minimum bounding geometry that completely encloses each of the geometries in the given collection as an array of geometries. If geometries
is empty, returns an empty array. Returns nil
on error. + (nullable AGSGeometry*) convexHullForGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Returns the minimum bounding geometry that completely encloses the given geometry.
geometry  for which convex hull needs to be calculated. Typically either an AGSMultipoint , AGSPolygon , or AGSPolyline . 
+ (nullable NSArray<AGSGeometry *> *) cutGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
withCutter:  (AGSPolyline *)  cutter  
Cut the 'geometry' with the 'cutter'. The cutter and geometry's spatial references must match. When cutting an AGSPolyline
, all left cuts will be grouped together in the first AGSGeometry
, right cuts and coincident cuts are grouped in the second AGSGeometry
, and each undefined cut, along with any uncut parts, are output as separate AGSPolylines
. When cutting an AGSPolygon
, all left cuts are grouped in the first AGSGeometry
, all right cuts are in the second AGSGeometry
, and each undefined cut, along with any leftover parts after cutting, are output as a separate AGSGeometry
. If there were no cuts then an empty NSArray
will be returned. If the left or right cut does not exist, the returned AGSGeometry
will be empty for this type of cut. An undefined cut will only be produced if a left cut or right cut was produced, and there was a part left over after cutting or a cut is bounded to the left and right of the cutter. If an error occurs, nil
is returned.
geometry  to cut. 
cutter  polyline to cut with. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) densifyGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
maxSegmentLength:  (double)  maxSegmentLength  
Densifies the input geometry by inserting additional vertices along the geometry at an interval defined by maxSegmentLength
. Additional vertices are not inserted on segments of the input AGSPolyline
or AGSPolygon
that are shorter than maxSegmentLength
.
Supports true curves as input, producing a densified curve as output where applicable.
geometry  An AGSPolyline or AGSPolygon geometry. 
maxSegmentLength  The maximum distance between vertices when the input geometry is densified. The linear unit is assumed to be that of the input geometry's spatial reference (decimal degrees for a geometry with a geographic spatial reference, meters for geometry with a Mercator spatial reference, and so on). Use AGSSpatialReference::unit to determine the unit used by a specific spatial reference. https://developers.arcgis.com/rest/servicesreference/projectedcoordinatesystems.htm. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) differenceOfGeometry1:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
geometry2:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Constructs the settheoretic difference between two geometries.
Supports true curves.
geometry1  The first geometry. 
geometry2  The second geometry. Must be of same type as first geometry. 
+ (double) distanceBetweenGeometry1:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
geometry2:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Measures the simple planar distance between two geometries. Planar measurements of distance and area can be extremely inaccurate if using an unsuitable spatial reference. Ensure that you understand the potential for error with the geometry's spatial reference. If you need to calculate more accurate results consider using a different spatial reference, or using the geodetic equivalent, geodeticDistanceBetweenPoint1:point2:distanceUnit:azimuthUnit:curveType:
.
geometry1  The first geometry. 
geometry2  The second geometry. 
+ (nullable AGSPolyline*) extendPolyline:  (AGSPolyline *)  polyline  
withPolyline:  (AGSPolyline *)  extender  
options:  (AGSGeometryExtendOption)  options  
Extends a polyline using a polyline as the extender.
The output polyline will have the first and last segment of each path extended to the extender if the segments can be interpolated to intersect the extender. In the case that the segments can be extended to multiple segments of the extender, the shortest extension is chosen. Only end points for paths that are not shared by the end points of other paths will be extended. If the polyline cannot be extended by the input extender, then nil
will be returned.
polyline  The polyline to be extended. 
extender  The polyline to extend to. 
options  The flags for the type of extend operation to perform. 
nil
on error. + (double) fractionAlongLine:  (AGSPolyline *)  line  
toPoint:  (AGSPoint *)  point  
tolerance:  (double)  tolerance  
Finds the location on the line nearest the input point, expressed as the fraction along the line's total geodesic length, if the point is within the specified distance from the closest location on the line. The line and point must have consistent spatial references.
Supports true curves.
line  The line to locate the point's distance along its length. 
point  The point to locate. 
tolerance  The maximum distance that a point is allowed to be from the line, in the units of the AGSSpatialReference . If the tolerance is 1 , the fraction of the closest location on the line is always returned as long as the point lies between the two ends of the polyline. If the distance from the point to the closest location on the line is greater than the tolerance, or the tolerance is 1 and the point does not lie between the two ends of the polyline, NAN is returned. 
0.0
and 1.0
, or NAN
if the point is outside the tolerance. + (nullable AGSGeometry*) generalizeGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
maxDeviation:  (double)  maxDeviation  
removeDegenerateParts:  (BOOL)  removeDegenerateParts  
Generalizes the input geometry by removing vertices based on the DouglasPoiker algorithm.
Supports true curves as input, producing a densified curve as output where applicable.
geometry  The input geometry. 
maxDeviation  The maximum distance that the generalized geometry can deviate from the original one, specified in the units of the input geometry's spatial reference. 
removeDegenerateParts  If YES , degenerate parts of the generalized geometry that are undesired for drawing will be removed. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) geodesicEllipseWithParameters:  (AGSGeodesicEllipseParameters *)  params 
Constructs a geodesic ellipse that is centered on a specified point and defined by it's 2 axes and the direction of it's longest axis. The ellipse is provided as a AGSPolygon, AGSPolyline or AGSMultipoint geometry.
params  Specifies the parameters for constructing the ellipse. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) geodesicSectorWithParameters:  (AGSGeodesicSectorParameters *)  params 
Constructs a geodesic sector defined by a geodesic arc and 2 radii. The arc is a portion of an ellipse that is centered on a specified point and is defined by it's 2 axes and the length of it's longest axis. The first radius angle is defined by the startDirection angle and the second radius angle is the sum of the startDirection and the sectorAngle. The sector is constructed as a AGSPolygon, AGSPolyline or AGSMultipoint geometry.
params  Specifies the parameters for constructing the sector. 
+ (double) geodeticAreaOfGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
areaUnit:  (AGSAreaUnit *)  areaUnit  
curveType:  (AGSGeodeticCurveType)  curveType  
Gets the geodetic area for the AGSGeometry passed in. Will return NAN
if the calculation results in a linear to angular conversion (for instance, Decimal Degrees to Meters)
Supports true curves, calculating the result by densifying curves.
geometry  The geometry to calculate the area for. 
areaUnit  The unit at which the area is calculated. 
curveType  The type of geodetic curve. 
+ (nullable NSArray<AGSGeometry*>*) geodeticBufferGeometries:  (NSArray< AGSGeometry * > *)  geometries  
distances:  (NSArray< NSNumber * > *)  distances  
distanceUnit:  (AGSLinearUnit *)  distanceUnit  
maxDeviation:  (double)  maxDeviation  
curveType:  (AGSGeodeticCurveType)  curveType  
unionResults:  (BOOL)  unionResults  
Calculates the geodesic buffer of the geometries in a given array.
Geodesic buffers account for the actual shape of the Earth. Distances are calculated between points on a curved surface (the geoid) as opposed to points on a flat surface (the Cartesian plane).
Negative distance can be used to create buffers inside polygons. Using a negative buffer distance will shrink polygons' boundaries by the distance specified. Note that if the negative buffer distance is large enough, polygons may collapse to empty geometries.
geometries  An NSArray of geometries. 
distances  The distance to buffer each geometry, expressed as an array of NSNumber (doubles). If the size of the distances array is less than the number of geometries, the last distance value is used for the rest of geometries. 
distanceUnit  The unit of measure for the distance. 
maxDeviation  The maximum deviation between points. 
curveType  The curve type to calculate. 
unionResults  Return a single geometry that buffers all the geometries (YES ), or one buffer for each in the given collection (NO ). 
unionResults
is YES
, there will be only a single polygon in the resulting collection. If geometries is empty, returns an empty array. Returns nil
on error. The geometries must have consistent, nonnil spatial references. + (nullable AGSPolygon*) geodeticBufferGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
distance:  (double)  distance  
distanceUnit:  (AGSLinearUnit *)  distanceUnit  
maxDeviation:  (double)  maxDeviation  
curveType:  (AGSGeodeticCurveType)  curveType  
Creates a buffer polygon at the specified distance around the given geometry.
Geodesic buffers account for the actual shape of the Earth. Distances are calculated between points on a curved surface (the geoid) as opposed to points on a flat surface (the Cartesian plane).
Negative distance can be used to create buffers inside polygons. Using a negative buffer distance shrinks the polygons' boundaries by the distance specified. Note that if the negative buffer distance is large enough, polygons may collapse to empty geometries.
geometry  The input geometry. 
distance  The distance by which to buffer the geometry. 
distanceUnit  in which the distance is specified. 
maxDeviation  the maximum distance that the generalized buffer geometry can deviate from the original one, specified in the units of distanceUnit . Can be NAN for default behavior, or must be a value between 0.001 and 0.5*abs(distance ). 
curveType  The type of geodetic curve. AGSGeodeticCurveTypeShapePreserving is a good option for most cases. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) geodeticDensifyGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
maxSegmentLength:  (double)  maxSegmentLength  
lengthUnit:  (AGSLinearUnit *)  lengthUnit  
curveType:  (AGSGeodeticCurveType)  curveType  
Densifies the input geometry by creating additional vertices along the geometry, using a geodesic curve.
geometry  The input geometry. 
maxSegmentLength  The maximum distance between vertices when the input geometry is densified. 
lengthUnit  The unit that the max segment length parameter is in. 
curveType  The type of geodetic curve. 
+ (nullable AGSGeodeticDistanceResult*) geodeticDistanceBetweenPoint1:  (AGSPoint *)  point1  
point2:  (AGSPoint *)  point2  
distanceUnit:  (AGSLinearUnit *)  distanceUnit  
azimuthUnit:  (AGSAngularUnit *)  azimuthUnit  
curveType:  (AGSGeodeticCurveType)  curveType  
Returns the geodetic distance between 2 given points and calculates the azimuth at both points for the geodetic curves that connects the points.
point1  The first point. 
point2  The second point. 
distanceUnit  The linear units of the distance returned in the AGSGeodeticDistanceResult object. 
azimuthUnit  The angular unit of the azimuth returned in the AGSGeodeticDistanceResult object. 
curveType  The type of geodetic curve. 
+ (double) geodeticLengthOfGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
lengthUnit:  (AGSLinearUnit *)  lengthUnit  
curveType:  (AGSGeodeticCurveType)  curveType  
Gets the geodetic length for the AGSGeometry passed in. The length is calculated using only the vertices of the polygon and define the lines between the points as geodesic segments independent of the actual shape of the polygon. A geodesic segment is the shortest path between two points on an ellipsoid. Thus, if you have a line that spans the width of the world, with only two vertices, each on the edges of the map, the geodesic length would be zero (shortest distance between the two vertices).
Will return NAN
if the calculation results in a linear to angular conversion (for instance, decimal degrees to meters).
Supports true curves, calculating the result by densifying curves.
geometry  The geometry to calculate the geodetic length for. 
lengthUnit  The unit at which the length is calculated. 
curveType  The type of geodetic curve. 
+ lengthOfGeometry:
+ (nullable NSArray<AGSPoint*>*) geodeticMovePoints:  (NSArray< AGSPoint * > *)  points  
distance:  (double)  distance  
distanceUnit:  (AGSLinearUnit *)  distanceUnit  
azimuth:  (double)  azimuth  
azimuthUnit:  (AGSAngularUnit *)  azimuthUnit  
curveType:  (AGSGeodeticCurveType)  curveType  
Moves each point in the point collection by a geodesic distance.
There must be the same spatial reference on each point in the input array of points. The returned array is in the same order as the input, but with new points at their destination locations. Specifying a negative distance moves points in the opposite direction from azimuth.
points  An array of AGSPoint geometries. 
distance  The distance by which the points are moved. 
distanceUnit  The linear units of the distance. The default is AGSSRUnitMeter. 
azimuth  The azimuth for the points to be moved along. 
azimuthUnit  The angular unit of the azimuth. 
curveType  The type of geodetic curve. 
+ (nullable AGSProximityResult *) geodeticNearestCoordinateInGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
point:  (AGSPoint *)  point  
maxDeviation:  (double)  maxDeviation  
deviationUnit:  (nullable AGSLinearUnit *)  deviationUnit  
Determines the nearest point in the input geometry to the input point, by using a shape preserving geodesic approximation of the input geometry.
All geometry types are supported for the geometry parameter. Supports true curves.
geometry  A geometry object on which to calculate the nearest coordinate to the point parameter. 
point  The point from which to calculate the nearest coordinate on the geometry parameter. 
maxDeviation  The maximum distance that the geodesic geometry can deviate from the original, in the units of the deviationUnit parameter. 
deviationUnit  The unit of measure for the maxDeviation parameter. If nil , the units of maxDeviation are assumed to be meters. 
AGSProximityResult
containing the results of the operation, where the AGSProximityResult::distance
is returned in meters. Returns nil
if the input geometry is empty. AGSProximityResult::distance
is zero if the point lies inside an input polygon, polyline, or envelope. + (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
containsGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
contains geometry2
.
Supports true curves.
+ (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
crossesGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
crosses geometry2
.
Supports true curves.
+ (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
disjointToGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
is disjoint to geometry2
.
Supports true curves.
+ (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
equalsGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
is equal to geometry2
.
Supports true curves.
+ (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
intersectsGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
intersects geometry2
.
Supports true curves.
+ (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
overlapsGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
overlaps geometry2
. It compares two geometries of the same dimension and returns YES
if their intersection results in a geometry different from both but of the same dimension.
Supports true curves.
+ (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
relatesToGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
byRelation:  (NSString *)  relation  
Determines if geometry1
is related to geometry2
by the relation
specified. Example: To test if a polygon 'P' contains a point 'pt' you would pass the following: [AGSGeometryEngine geometry:P relatesToGeometry:pt byRelation:"T*****FF*"]
. This checks:
Supports true curves.
geometry1  The input geometry to be compared. 
geometry2  The input geometry in which we are comparing geometry1 against. 
relation  The DE9IM string to be evaluated. Strings such as "T*****FF*" are accepted. 
True
or False
. + (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
touchesGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
touches geometry2
.
Supports true curves.
+ (BOOL) geometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
withinGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Returns YES
if geometry1
is completely within geometry2
.
Supports true curves.
+ (AGSGeometry*) geometryByRemovingMFromGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Return a copy of the given geometry with its M values removed.
Supports true curves.
geometry  A geometry. 
nil
on error. + (AGSGeometry*) geometryByRemovingZAndMFromGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Return a copy of the given geometry with its Z coordinate and M values removed.
Supports true curves.
geometry  A geometry. 
nil
on error. + (AGSGeometry*) geometryByRemovingZFromGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Return a copy of the given geometry with its Z coordinate removed.
Supports true curves.
geometry  A geometry. 
nil
on error. + (AGSGeometry*) geometryBySettingM:  (double)  m  
inGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
Return a copy of a geometry with the supplied M value.
If the given geometry already has M values, they will be replaced within the resulting geometry by the supplied M value. The resulting geometry will have AGSGeometry::hasM
as YES
.
Supports true curves.
m  The M value. 
geometry  A geometry. 
nil
on error. + (AGSGeometry*) geometryBySettingZ:  (double)  z  
inGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
Return a copy of a geometry with the supplied Z coordinate.
If the given geometry already has Z coordinates, they will be replaced within the resulting geometry by the supplied Z value. The resulting geometry will have AGSGeometry::hasZ
as YES
.
Supports true curves.
z  The Z coordinate. 
geometry  A geometry. 
nil
on error. + (AGSGeometry*) geometryBySettingZ:  (double)  z  
M:  (double)  m  
inGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
Return a copy of a geometry with the supplied Z and M values.
If the given geometry already has Z coordinates or M values, they will be replaced in the resulting geometry by the supplied Z and M values. The resulting geometry will have both AGSGeometry::hasZ
and AGSGeometry::hasM
as YES
.
Supports true curves.
z  The Z coordinate. 
m  The M value. 
geometry  A geometry. 
nil
on error. + (BOOL) geometryIsSimple:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Returns YES
if geometry
is topologically simple.
Supports true curves.
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) intersectionOfGeometry1:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
geometry2:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Constructs the settheoretic intersection between two geometries.
Supports true curves.
geometry1  The first geometry. 
geometry2  The second geometry. Must be of same type as first geometry. 
+ (nullable NSArray*) intersectionsOfGeometry1:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
geometry2:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Calculates the intersection of two geometries.
The returned array contains one geometry of each dimension for which there are intersections. For example, if both inputs are polylines, the array will contain at most two geometries: the first a multipoint containing the points at which the lines cross, and the second a polyline containing the lines of overlap. If a crossing point lies within a line of overlap, only the line of overlap is present – the result set is not selfintersecting. If there are no crossing points or there are no lines of overlap, the respective geometry will not be present in the returned array. If the input geometries do not intersect, the resulting array will be empty. The table below shows, for each combination of pairs of input geometry types, the types of geometry that will be contained within the returned array if there are intersections of that type.
Input type  Point/Multipoint  Polyline  Polygon/Envelope 

Point/Multipoint  Multipoint  Multipoint  Multipoint 
Polyline  Multipoint  Multipoint, Polyline  Multipoint, Polyline 
Polygon/Envelope  Multipoint  Multipoint, Polyline  Multipoint, Polyline, Polygon 
The geometries in the returned array are sorted by ascending dimensionality, e.g. multipoint (dimension 0) then polyline (dimension 1) then polygon (dimension 2) for the intersection of two geometries with area that have intersections of those types. Returns nil
on error.
Supports true curves.
geometry1  A geometry object. 
geometry2  Another geometry object. 
+ (nullable AGSPoint*) labelPointForPolygon:  (AGSPolygon *)  polygon 
Calculates an interior point for a specified polygon. This interior point can be used by clients to place a label for the polygon.
Supports true curves.
polygon  The polygon to get label points for. 
+ (double) lengthOfGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Gets the length for a specified AGSGeometry
. This is a planar measurement using 2D Cartesian mathematics to compute the length.
The geometry must be topologically correct to get its accurate legth. Geometries returned by ArcGIS Server services are always correct. If you construct geometries programmatically or using the sketch layer, or if you modify geometries returned by ArcGIS Server, you should simplify them using simplifyGeometry:
Supports true curves.
geometry  The geometry to calculate the length for. 
+ (nullable AGSProximityResult*) nearestCoordinateInGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
toPoint:  (AGSPoint *)  point  
Determines the nearest point in the input geometry to the input point using a simple planar measurement.
Input geometry of type AGSEnvelope
is not supported. To find the nearest coordinate on an AGSEnvelope
, convert it to an AGSPolygon
first.
If the specified geometry is a polyline or polygon, the nearest coordinate is the closest point in a segment that comprises geometry; it may not necessarily be the closest vertex of a segment. If you want to obtain the closest vertex in the polyline or polygon, use the nearestVertexInGeometry:toPoint:
method instead.
Planar measurements of distance and area can be extremely inaccurate if using an unsuitable spatial reference. Ensure that you understand the potential for error with the geometry's spatial reference. If you need to calculate more accurate results consider using a different spatial reference, or using the geodetic equivalent, geodeticNearestCoordinateInGeometry:point:maxDeviation:deviationUnit:
.
Supports true curves.
geometry  The geometry in which the nearest coordinate to a specified point is to be found. 
point  The point which to find the nearest coordinate to. 
AGSProximityResult
containing the results of the operation. This is nil
if the input geometry is empty. AGSProximityResult::distance
is zero if the point lies inside an input polygon, polyline, or envelope. + (nullable AGSProximityResult*) nearestVertexInGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
toPoint:  (AGSPoint *)  point  
Returns an AGSProximityResult
that describes the nearest vertex in the input geometry to the input point.
Input geometry of type AGSEnvelope
is not supported. To find the nearest vertex on an AGSEnvelope
, convert it to an AGSPolygon
first.
Input geometries with true curves (where AGSGeometry::hasCurves
is YES
) are supported, although curve segments do not affect the return value.
geometry  The geometry in which the nearest vertex to a specified point is to be found. 
point  The point which to find the nearest vertex to. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) normalizeCentralMeridianOfGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Folds the geometry into a range of 360 degrees. This may be necessary when wrap around is enabled on the map.
Supports true curves.
geometry  The geometry that you want folded. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) offsetGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
distance:  (double)  distance  
offsetType:  (AGSGeometryOffsetType)  offsetType  
bevelRatio:  (double)  bevelRatio  
flattenError:  (double)  flattenError  
Creates offset version of the input geometries.
The offset operation creates a geometry that is a constant distance from an input polyline or polygon. It is similar to buffering, but produces a one sided result. If offsetDistance > 0, then the offset geometry is constructed to the right of the oriented input geometry, otherwise it is constructed to the left. For a simple polygon, the orientation of outer rings is clockwise and for inner rings it is counter clockwise. So the “right side” of a simple polygon is always its inside. The bevelRatio is multiplied by the offset distance and the result determines how far a mitered offset intersection can be from the input curve before it is beveled.
geometry  The geometry to calculate offset for. Point and MultiPoint are not supported. 
distance  The offset distance for the Geometries. 
offsetType  The join type of the offset geometry. 
bevelRatio  The ratio used to produce a bevel join instead of a miter join (used only when joins is Miter). 
flattenError  The maximum distance of the resulting segments compared to the true circular arc (used only when joins is Round). If flattenError is 0, tolerance value is used. Also, the algorithm never produces more than around 180 vetices for each round join. 
+ (nullable AGSPoint *) pointAlongPolyline:  (AGSPolyline *)  polyline  
distance:  (double)  distance  
Returns the point at the given distance along the line. If distance is less than or equal to zero, the point returned is coincident with the start of the line. If distance
is greater than or equal to the line's length, the point returned is coincident with the end of the line. If the line has multiple parts, and the distance falls exactly on a boundary between two parts, the returned point will be coincident with either the end of one part or the start of the next–which is undetermined.
Supports true curves.
polyline  A line. 
distance  The distance along the line of the point to return, in the line's units. 
nil
if an error ocurred. + (nullable AGSGeometry*) projectGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
toSpatialReference:  (AGSSpatialReference *)  spatialReference  
Projects the given geometry from its current spatial reference system into the given spatial reference system.
A default bestchoice AGSDatumTransformation
is applied to the project operation. To control the specific transformation used, use the projectGeometry:toSpatialReference:datumTransformation:
overload.
If the geometry parameter has zvalues then those zvalues will also be transformed, providing the AGSSpatialReference
of that geometry, and the spatialReference parameter, both have a vertical coordinate system set.
Supports true curves. Projecting curves located at poles and coordinate system horizons using ArcGIS Runtime may give results that differ slightly from other ArcGIS software because ArcGIS Runtime uses a different geometry projection function.
geometry  The geometry to be projected. 
spatialReference  The spatial reference to which geometry need to be projected. 
nil
spatial reference, no projection occurs; instead, an identical geometry with the given spatial reference is returned. + (nullable AGSGeometry*) projectGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry  
toSpatialReference:  (AGSSpatialReference *)  toSpatialReference  
datumTransformation:  (nullable AGSDatumTransformation *)  datumTransformation  
Projects the given geometry from its current spatial reference system into the given output spatial reference system, applying the datum transformation provided.
Use this to project a geometry if the difference between the input geometry's spatial reference and the toSpatialReference
involves a change of datum, and you do not wish to use the default datum transformation used by projectGeometry:toSpatialReference:
.
Supports true curves. Projecting curves located at poles and coordinate system horizons using ArcGIS Runtime may give results that differ slightly from other ArcGIS software because ArcGIS Runtime uses a different geometry projection function.
geometry  The geometry to be projected. 
toSpatialReference  The spatial reference system to project to. 
datumTransformation  The datum transformation that describes how coordinates are converted from one coordinate system to another. 
nil
spatial reference, no projection occurs; instead, an identical geometry with the given spatial reference is returned. + (nullable AGSMultipart*) reshapeGeometry:  (AGSMultipart *)  geometry  
withPolyline:  (AGSPolyline *)  reshaper  
Reshape polygons or polylines with a single path polyline.
Performs the reshape operation on a polygon or polyline using a single path polyline as the reshaper. The output geometry takes the shape of the Multi_path where it first intersects the reshaper to the last intersection. The first and last intersection points of the reshaper are chosen closest to the end points of the reshaper in the case that multiple intersections are found. For polygons, only individual paths can be reshaped. However, polylines can be reshaped across paths. If the geometry cannot be reshaped by the input reshaper, then nil
will be returned.
geometry  The polygon or polyline to be reshaped. 
reshaper  The single path polyline reshaper. 
nil
on error. + (nullable AGSGeometry*) simplifyGeometry:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry 
Simplifies the given geometry to make it topologically consistent according to their geometry type. For instance, it rectifies polygons that may be selfintersecting, or contain incorrect ring orientations.
Supports true curves.
geometry  The geometry to be simplified. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) symmetricDifferenceOfGeometry1:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
geometry2:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
Constructs the settheoretic symmetric difference between two geometries.
geometry1  The first geometry. 
geometry2  The second geometry of dimension equal to or greater than the elements of the first geometry. 
+ (nullable AGSGeometry*) unionGeometries:  (NSArray< AGSGeometry * > *)  geometries 
Calculates the union of an array of geometries.
There must be at least one geometry in the given array. The geometries must have consistent spatial references. If the array contains geometries of differing dimensionality, returns the union of the subset of geometries with the highest dimensionality. E.g. given a collection of polygons, polylines and points, returns the union of the polygons.
Supports true curves.
geometries  An NSArray of geometries. 
nil
on error. + (nullable AGSGeometry*) unionOfGeometry1:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry1  
geometry2:  (AGSGeometry *)  geometry2  
The union operation constructs the settheoretic union of the two provided geometries.
Supports true curves.
geometry1  The first geometry. 
geometry2  The second geometry. Must be of same type as first geometry. 