 All Implemented Interfaces:
JsonSerializable
Multipart geometry is comprised of a collection of shapes (of the same type) that is managed as a single geometry. A classic example is a set of islands that represent a single country or state. The individual island shapes are distinct, but ArcGIS considers it a single geometry.
Polygon
and Polyline
inherit from Multipart
, which in turn inherits from Geometry
.
Multipart
provides access to the geometry's ImmutablePartCollection
: use the getParts()
method to return the immutable collection of parts that compose the Multipart
geometry. Each
ImmutablePart
in the collection is a collection of Segment
objects. You can iterate through the
segments or points in each part.
In the same way as Polygon
and Polyline
are immutable, their multipart collections are also
immutable: ImmutablePartCollection
, ImmutablePart
, and ImmutablePointCollection
.
Each part is independent of the others, but rules exist for different types of multipart. Using
GeometryEngine.simplify(Geometry)
creates a copy of the shape that obeys the rules of topological
simplicity for that geometry type.
 Since:
 100.0.0
 See Also:

Method Summary
Modifier and TypeMethodDescriptiongetParts()
Gets the immutable collection of parts that compose this Multipart geometry.Methods inherited from class com.esri.arcgisruntime.geometry.Geometry
equals, equals, fromJson, fromJson, getDimension, getExtent, getGeometryType, getSpatialReference, getUnknownJson, getUnsupportedJson, hasCurves, hashCode, hasM, hasZ, isEmpty, toJson

Method Details

getParts
Gets the immutable collection of parts that compose this Multipart geometry. Use this collection to iterate through theImmutableParts
, and in turn the Segments or Points, that describe the shape of this geometry.If the geometry
Geometry.isEmpty()
, this method returns an empty collection. Returns:
 an ImmutablePartCollection of the Parts of this Multipart
 Since:
 100.0.0
