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 The three most difficult methods are here : The three most difficult methods are here :
  
-  * equals( Object ) - Returns true if this geometry is equal to the specified geometry +  * ''​equals(Object)'' ​- Returns true if this geometry is equal to the specified geometry 
-  * equals( Geometry ) - checks if the geometry is the same shape +  * ''​equals(Geometry)'' ​- checks if the geometry is the same shape 
-  * equalsExact( Geometry ) - Returns true if the two Geometrys are exactly equal, up to a specified distance tolerance.+  * ''​equalsExact(Geometry)'' ​- Returns true if the two Geometrys are exactly equal, up to a specified distance tolerance.
  
 There are some book keeping methods to help discovery how the geometry was constructed:​ There are some book keeping methods to help discovery how the geometry was constructed:​
  
-  * getGeometryFactory() - Gets the factory which contains the context in which this geometry was created. +  * ''​getGeometryFactory()'' ​- Gets the factory which contains the context in which this geometry was created. 
-  * getPreceisionModel() +  * ''​getPreceisionModel()''​ 
-  * toText() - the WKT representation of the Geometry +  * ''​toText()'' ​- the WKT representation of the Geometry 
-  * getGeoemtryType() - factory method called (ie “point”,​ “linestring”,​ etc..)+  * ''​getGeometryType()'' ​- factory method called (ie “point”,​ “linestring”,​ etc..)
  
 A couple of methods are there to store your developer information:​ A couple of methods are there to store your developer information:​
  
-  * getSRID() - stores the “spatial reference id”, used as an external key when working with databases +  * ''​getSRID()'' ​- stores the “spatial reference id”, used as an external key when working with databases 
-  * getUserData() - intended to be used by developers, a best practice is to store a java.util.Map. GeoTools will occasionally use this field to store a “srsName” or full CoordianteReferenceSystem.+  * ''​getUserData()'' ​- intended to be used by developers, a best practice is to store a java.util.Map. GeoTools will occasionally use this field to store a “srsName” or full CoordianteReferenceSystem.
  
 The code below is based on this two polygons. Its coordinates can be viewed in GerarPoligonoA ​ and GerarPoligonoB methods. The code below is based on this two polygons. Its coordinates can be viewed in GerarPoligonoA ​ and GerarPoligonoB methods.
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