An infinite 2D line going through two specified Points.

### `inlinenew(p1:Point, p2:Point)`

Create a new Line instance.

Parameters:

`p1` The first line point. The second line point.

### `p1:Point`

The first line point.

### `p2:Point`

The second line point.

### `inlineangle():Float`

The angle between a line and the x-axis

### `inlinedistance(p:Point):Float`

Returns a distance from Line axis to Point `p`.

### `inlinedistanceSq(p:Point):Float`

Returns a squared distance from Line axis to Point `p`. Cheaper to calculate than `distance` and can be used for more optimal comparison operations.

### `inlineintersect(l:Line):Point`

Returns an intersection Point between given Line `l` and this Line with both treated as infinite lines. Returns `null` if lines are almost colinear (less than epsilon value difference)

### `inlineintersectWith(l:Line, pt:Point):Bool`

Tests for intersection between given Line `l` and this Line with both treated as infinite lines. Returns `false` if lines are almost colinear (less than epsilon value difference). Otherwise returns `true`, and fill Point `pt` with intersection point.

### `inlinelength():Float`

The distance between Line starting Point `p1` and ending Point `p2`.

### `inlineproject(p:Point):Point`

Projects Point `p` onto the Line axis and return new Point instance with a result.

### `inlineside(p:Point):Float`

Returns a positive value if Point `p` is on the right side of the Line axis and negative if it's on the left.