Can someone explain how this is even possible?

```
print(" \(r.height) \(r)")
```

one example of results

```
39.927 (44.158, 102.511, 284.19, -39.9274)
```

notice, the first 39 is positive, yet the second is negative, BOTH from the same CGRect!

Can someone explain how this is even possible?

```
print(" \(r.height) \(r)")
```

one example of results

```
39.927 (44.158, 102.511, 284.19, -39.9274)
```

notice, the first 39 is positive, yet the second is negative, BOTH from the same CGRect!

I assume “.height” calls CGRectGetHeight?

Regardless of whether the height is stored in the

`CGRect`

data structure as a positive or negative number, this function returns the height as if the rectangle were standardized. That is, the result is never a negative number.

no idea… but I would “assume” the both values should be the same… as there is no way to tell if the CGRect is a negative value… without comparing r.origin.y and r.minY