Rectangles and Regions

In previous chapters we discussed rectangles and how to draw and fill them using the draw and fill methods of the Graphics class. In this chapter we will discuss additional functionality of rectangles and regions.

We will cover the following key topics:

  • .NET Framework objects that work with rectangles and regions and their members
  • Graphics class members that work with rectangles and regions
  • Writing applications using objects
  • The Rectangle structure and its members
  • The Region class and its members
  • Invalidating and clipping regions
  • Examples of real-world applications using regions and rectangles

A rectangle has three properties: starting point, height, and width. Figure 6.1 shows these properties where the starting point is the top left.

Figure 6.1. A rectangle

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Suppose you wanted to draw a rectangle from point (1, 2) with height 7 and width 6. The final rectangle would look like Figure 6.2.

Figure 6.2. A rectangle with starting point (1, 2), height 7, and width 6

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The filled rectangle occupies the entire area within the range of its height and width.

GDI+: The Next-Generation Graphics Interface

Your First GDI+ Application

The Graphics Class

Working with Brushes and Pens

Colors, Fonts, and Text

Rectangles and Regions

Working with Images

Advanced Imaging

Advanced 2D Graphics

Transformation

Printing

Developing GDI+ Web Applications

GDI+ Best Practices and Performance Techniques

GDI Interoperability

Miscellaneous GDI+ Examples

Appendix A. Exception Handling in .NET



GDI+ Programming with C#
GDI+ Programming with C#
ISBN: 073561265X
EAN: N/A
Year: 2003
Pages: 145

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