автор: Пелагея 04.03.2018 Комментарии: 4
Notice that the first and last points are not connected by the Stroke outline as they are in a Polygon. Path A Path is the most versatile Shape because you can use it to define an arbitrary geometry.
The rendering logic for a Polygon assumes that you are defining a closed shape and will connect the end point to the start point implicitly. Add pathSegment2 ; pathFigure1.
That single Geometry is typically a GeometryGroup , which acts as a container that can composite multiple geometry definitions into a single object for purposes of the object model. The rendering logic for a Polygon assumes that you are defining a closed shape and will connect the end point to the start point implicitly.
Rectangle A Rectangle is a four-sided shape with its opposite sides being equal. FromArgb , , , ; path1.
Add rectangleGeometry1 ; geometryGroup1. But with this versatility comes complexity.
Ellipse An Ellipse is a shape with a curved perimeter. You define the geometry of a path with the Data property. The boundary is created by connecting a line from one point to the next, with the last point connected to the first point.
Data serialization format and what the numbers represent. Polygon A Polygon is a shape with a boundary defined by an arbitrary number of points.
Point 50, 50 ; pathFigureCollection1. You can round the corners of a Rectangle. But with this versatility comes complexity.
Add pathGeometry1 ; path1. Fill and Stroke for shapes For a Shape to render to the app canvas, you must associate a Brush with it.
On the other hand, Path. Using PathGeometry may be more readable than populating a Path.