LavishNav:Aggregate (Region Type)
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What is an Aggregate?
An aggregate is exactly like a universe, but with a different behavior for containment.
An aggregate contains a given point if and only if any of its defined children contains that point. Aggregates should be used sparingly due to this fact, and at the very least, with a very small set of children. Aggregate children of aggregates would be especially bad.
The nearest point within this region to any given point is the given point.
The center point of an aggregate is its defined location.
- X-coordinate. Defaults to 0.
- Y-coordinate. Defaults to 0.
- Z-coordinate. Defaults to 0.
Programming with aggregates
Example XML code
<Aggregate Name="My Aggregate" Unique="1"> <X>123.456</X> <Y>456.789</Y> <Z>789</Z> </Aggregate>