# NAME¶

Geometry::Primitive::Circle - A Circle
# DESCRIPTION¶

Geometry::Primitive::Circle represents an ellipse with equal width and height.
# SYNOPSIS¶

use Geometry::Primitive::Circle;
my $circle = Geometry::Primitive::Circle->new(
radius => 15
);
print $circle->diameter;

# ATTRIBUTES¶

## origin¶

Set/Get the origin of this circle.
## radius¶

Set/Get the radius of this circle.
# METHODS¶

## new¶

Creates a new Geometry::Primitive::Circle
## area¶

Returns the area of this circle.
## circumference¶

Returns the circumference of this circle.
## diameter¶

Returns the diameter of this circle
## scale ($amount)¶

Returns a new circle whose radius is $amount times
bigger than this one.
## point_end¶

Set/Get the "end" point of this cicle. Calls
"point_start".
## point_start¶

Set/Get the "start" point of this cicle. Returns the point at the
circle's origin X coordinate and the origin Y coordinate + radius / 2.
# AUTHOR¶

Cory Watson <gphat@cpan.org>
# COPYRIGHT & LICENSE¶

You can redistribute and/or modify this code under the same terms as Perl
itself.