###### (This is the documentation for SDL3, which is under heavy development and the API is changing! [SDL2](https://wiki.libsdl.org/SDL2/) is the current stable version!) # SDL_PointInRectFloat Determine whether a point resides inside a floating point rectangle. ## Header File Defined in [](https://github.com/libsdl-org/SDL/blob/main/include/SDL3/SDL_rect.h) ## Syntax ```c SDL_FORCE_INLINE SDL_bool SDL_PointInRectFloat(const SDL_FPoint *p, const SDL_FRect *r); ``` ## Function Parameters | | | | | -------------------------------- | ----- | ---------------------- | | const [SDL_FPoint](SDL_FPoint) * | **p** | the point to test. | | const [SDL_FRect](SDL_FRect) * | **r** | the rectangle to test. | ## Return Value ([SDL_bool](SDL_bool)) Returns [SDL_TRUE](SDL_TRUE) if `p` is contained by `r`, [SDL_FALSE](SDL_FALSE) otherwise. ## Remarks A point is considered part of a rectangle if both `p` and `r` are not NULL, and `p`'s x and y coordinates are >= to the rectangle's top left corner, and <= the rectangle's x+w and y+h. So a 1x1 rectangle considers point (0,0) and (0,1) as "inside" and (0,2) as not. Note that this is a forced-inline function in a header, and not a public API function available in the SDL library (which is to say, the code is embedded in the calling program and the linker and dynamic loader will not be able to find this function inside SDL itself). ## Thread Safety It is safe to call this function from any thread. ## Version This function is available since SDL 3.0.0. ---- [CategoryAPI](CategoryAPI), [CategoryAPIFunction](CategoryAPIFunction), [CategoryRect](CategoryRect)