LineGeometry


LineGeometryHierarchy: Freezable Animatable Geometry

Type: Simple Geometry

     <LineGeometry         StartPoint="50,50"         EndPoint="100,100" /> 

or:

     <LineGeometry>         <LineGeometry.StartPoint>             <Point X="50" Y="50" />         </LineGeometry.StartPoint>         <LineGeometry.EndPoint>             <Point X="100" Y="100" />         </LineGeometry.EndPoint> </LineGeometry> 

<LineGeometry.../> represents the geometry of a line (Figure 9-7). The StartPoint and EndPoint properties can be specified either as inline markup or by declaring Point elements.

Figure 9-7. LineGeometry


Attributes


EndPoint (required)

Describes the end point of the line using inline markup as a comma-separated x-, y-coordinate pair or by explicitly declaring a Point element


StartPoint (required)

Describes the starting point of the line using inline markup as a comma-separated x-, y-coordinate pair or by explicitly declaring a Point element




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