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The idea in Listing 38 is to show an extensive use of the DrawString method Alternatively and preferably, you could replace DrawString with the DrawLine and/or DrawLines method
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Now on the mouse-down event handler, we draw a line from the starting point (0, 0) to the first mouse click We store the mouse click position as the starting point for the next line When we click again, the new line will be drawn from the current starting position to the point where the mouse was clicked Listing 39 shows the mouse-down click event handler We create a newGraphics object using the CreateGraphics method After that we create two Pen objects We store the previous point as the starting point and the current point as the ending point The X and Y properties of MouseEventArgs return the x- and y-values of the point where the mouse was clicked Now we check to see if the Rectangle check box is checked If so, we draw a rectangle to mark the connecting point of the two lines If not, we draw an ellipse as the connecting point
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Listing 39 The mouse-down event handler
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private void Form1_MouseDown(object sender, SystemWindowsFormsMouseEventArgs e) { if (eButton == MouseButtonsLeft) { // Create a Graphics object Graphics g1 = thisCreateGraphics(); // Create two pens Pen linePen = new Pen(ColorGreen, 1); Pen ellipsePen = new Pen(ColorRed, 1); startPoint = endPoint; endPoint = new Point(eX, eY); // Draw the line from the current point // to the new point g1DrawLine(linePen, startPoint, endPoint); // If Rectangle check box is checked, // draw a rectangle to represent the point if(checkBox1Checked) { g1DrawRectangle(ellipsePen, eX-2, eY-2, 4, 4); } // Draw a circle to represent the point else { g1DrawEllipse(ellipsePen, eX-2, eY-2, 4, 4); } // Dispose of objects linePenDispose(); ellipsePenDispose(); g1Dispose(); } } The Clear All button removes all the lines by invalidating the form's client area and sets the starting and ending points back to their initial values Code for the Clear All button click event handler is given inListing 310
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Listing 310 The Clear All button click event handler
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private void button1_Click(object sender, SystemEventArgs e) { startPointX = 50; startPointY = 217; endPointX = 50; endPointY = 217; thisInvalidate(thisClientRectangle); }
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An arc is a portion of an ellipse For example,Figure 312 shows an ellipse that has six arcs An arc is defined by a bounding rectangle (just as an ellipse), a start angle, and a sweep angle The start angle is an angle in degrees measured clockwise from thex-axis to the starting point of the arc The sweep angle is an angle in degrees measured clockwise from thestartAngle parameter to the ending point of the arc So an arc is the portion of the perimeter of the ellipse between the start angle and the start angle plus the sweep angle
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Figure 312 Arcs in an ellipse
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The DrawArc method draws an arc on a graphics surfaceDrawArc takes a pen, a pair of coordinates, a width, and a height There are many DrawArc overloaded methods An application can use aRectangle or RectangleF object and integer or float coordinates:
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public void DrawArc(Pen, Rectangle, float, float); public void DrawArc(Pen, RectangleF, float, float); public void DrawArc(Pen, int, int, int, int, int, int); public void DrawArc(Pen, float, float, float, float, float, float);
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The Pen object determines the color, width, and style of the arc; Rectangle or RectangleF represents the bounding rectangle; and the last two parameters are the start angle and sweep angle To draw an arc, the application creates Pen and Rectangle objects and defines start and sweep angles Then it calls the DrawArc method Let's create an application that will draw an arc to match the values of the start and sweep angles We create a Windows application, adding add two text boxes and a button control The final form looks like Figure 313
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