Mark lists of raw vectors as well-known binary

wkb(x = list())

parse_wkb(x)

as_wkb(x, ...)

# S3 method for character
as_wkb(x, ...)

# S3 method for wk_wkb
as_wkb(
x,
...,
include_z = NULL,
include_m = NULL,
include_srid = NULL,
endian = NULL
)

# S3 method for wk_wkt
as_wkb(
x,
...,
include_z = NULL,
include_m = NULL,
include_srid = NULL,
endian = NULL
)

# S3 method for wk_wksxp
as_wkb(
x,
...,
include_z = NULL,
include_m = NULL,
include_srid = NULL,
endian = NULL
)

## Arguments

x A list() of raw() vectors or NULL. Unused Include the values of the Z and M coordinates and/or SRID in the output? Use FALSE to omit, TRUE to include, or NA to include only if present. Note that using TRUE may result in an error if there is no value present in the original. Include the values of the Z and M coordinates and/or SRID in the output? Use FALSE to omit, TRUE to include, or NA to include only if present. Note that using TRUE may result in an error if there is no value present in the original. Include the values of the Z and M coordinates and/or SRID in the output? Use FALSE to omit, TRUE to include, or NA to include only if present. Note that using TRUE may result in an error if there is no value present in the original. For WKB writing, 0 for big endian, 1 for little endian. Defaults to wk_platform_endian() (slightly faster).

## Value

A new_wk_wkb()

## Examples

wkb(wkt_translate_wkb("POINT (20 10)"))#> <wk_wkb[1]>
#> [1] <POINT (20 10)>