# Documentation de SFML 2.5.1

sf::Vertex Class Reference

Define a point with color and texture coordinates. More...

`#include <Vertex.hpp>`

## Public Member Functions

Vertex ()
Default constructor. More...

Vertex (const Vector2f &thePosition)
Construct the vertex from its position. More...

Vertex (const Vector2f &thePosition, const Color &theColor)
Construct the vertex from its position and color. More...

Vertex (const Vector2f &thePosition, const Vector2f &theTexCoords)
Construct the vertex from its position and texture coordinates. More...

Vertex (const Vector2f &thePosition, const Color &theColor, const Vector2f &theTexCoords)
Construct the vertex from its position, color and texture coordinates. More...

## Public Attributes

Vector2f position
2D position of the vertex More...

Color color
Color of the vertex. More...

Vector2f texCoords
Coordinates of the texture's pixel to map to the vertex. More...

## Detailed Description

Define a point with color and texture coordinates.

A vertex is an improved point.

It has a position and other extra attributes that will be used for drawing: in SFML, vertices also have a color and a pair of texture coordinates.

The vertex is the building block of drawing. Everything which is visible on screen is made of vertices. They are grouped as 2D primitives (triangles, quads, ...), and these primitives are grouped to create even more complex 2D entities such as sprites, texts, etc.

If you use the graphical entities of SFML (sprite, text, shape) you won't have to deal with vertices directly. But if you want to define your own 2D entities, such as tiled maps or particle systems, using vertices will allow you to get maximum performances.

Example:

// define a 100x100 square, red, with a 10x10 texture mapped on it
sf::Vertex vertices[] =
{
};
// draw it

Note: although texture coordinates are supposed to be an integer amount of pixels, their type is float because of some buggy graphics drivers that are not able to process integer coordinates correctly.

sf::VertexArray

Definition at line 42 of file Vertex.hpp.

## ◆ Vertex() [1/5]

 sf::Vertex::Vertex ( )

Default constructor.

## ◆ Vertex() [2/5]

 sf::Vertex::Vertex ( const Vector2f & thePosition )

Construct the vertex from its position.

The vertex color is white and texture coordinates are (0, 0).

Parameters
 thePosition Vertex position

## ◆ Vertex() [3/5]

 sf::Vertex::Vertex ( const Vector2f & thePosition, const Color & theColor )

Construct the vertex from its position and color.

The texture coordinates are (0, 0).

Parameters
 thePosition Vertex position theColor Vertex color

## ◆ Vertex() [4/5]

 sf::Vertex::Vertex ( const Vector2f & thePosition, const Vector2f & theTexCoords )

Construct the vertex from its position and texture coordinates.

The vertex color is white.

Parameters
 thePosition Vertex position theTexCoords Vertex texture coordinates

## ◆ Vertex() [5/5]

 sf::Vertex::Vertex ( const Vector2f & thePosition, const Color & theColor, const Vector2f & theTexCoords )

Construct the vertex from its position, color and texture coordinates.

Parameters
 thePosition Vertex position theColor Vertex color theTexCoords Vertex texture coordinates

## ◆ color

 Color sf::Vertex::color

Color of the vertex.

Definition at line 98 of file Vertex.hpp.

## ◆ position

 Vector2f sf::Vertex::position

2D position of the vertex

Definition at line 97 of file Vertex.hpp.

## ◆ texCoords

 Vector2f sf::Vertex::texCoords

Coordinates of the texture's pixel to map to the vertex.

Definition at line 99 of file Vertex.hpp.

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