Polygon\Polygon Intersection

Hi,
Im looking for an algorithm that works out the intersecting polygon
of 2 polygons (a set of points that result in an enclosed shape).
The polygon can be either concave, convex, simple or/and complex.
The prototype for the function is along the lines of:
CAreaFeature* CAreaFeature::Intersect(CAreaFeature*);

If anyone has any C/C++ code that does this, it would be much
appreciated. :)
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tpanarCommented:
From Graphics Gems

See code @ http://ftp.arl.mil/ftp/pub/Gems/original/RayPolygonIntersect.c

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-Tammie
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foodlebardleCommented:
If the polygons can be concave, it is possible that the intersection would not be a single polygon.
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spifflesAuthor Commented:
Well for concave, return an array of the polygons formed
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