Draws a single point in space.

A point's default width is one pixel. To color a point, use the stroke() function. To change its width, use the strokeWeight() function. A point can't be filled, so the fill() function won't affect the point's color.

The version of `point()`

with two parameters allows the point's location to be set with its x- and y-coordinates, as in `point(10, 20)`

.

The version of `point()`

with three parameters allows the point to be drawn in 3D space with x-, y-, and z-coordinates, as in `point(10, 20, 30)`

. Doing so requires adding the `WEBGL`

argument to createCanvas().

The version of `point()`

with one parameter allows the point's location to be set with a p5.Vector object.

## Examples

## Syntax

`point(x, y, [z])`

`point(coordinateVector)`

## Parameters

the x-coordinate.

the y-coordinate.

the z-coordinate (for WebGL mode).

the coordinate vector.