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The first segment is a cubic Bezier curve that begins at , and ends at , , which is drawn by using the two control points ,25 and , In code-behind you use a PointCollection to define the points and you add each individual point as a Point value to the collection. Rectangle A Rectangle is a four-sided shape with its opposite sides being equal.
In XAML, you define the points with a comma-separated list. Data serialization format and what the numbers represent. This example exercises some of the contributing geometry types that can be used as part of a PathGeometry:
A set of 6 Ellipse elements are part of the control template for the ProgressRing control, and 2 concentric Ellipse elements are part of a RadioButton. We set the RadiusX property to 50 and the RadiusY property to 10, which gives the Rectangle rounded corners.
Point 10, ; points. The maximum allowed value of RadiusX is the Width divided by two and the maximum allowed value of RadiusY is the Height divided by two.
Path A Path is the most versatile Shape because you can use it to define an arbitrary geometry. Add pathFigure1 ; pathGeometry1.
You can round the corners of a Rectangle. 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. Add pathSegment2 ; pathFigure1.
The first segment is a cubic Bezier curve that begins at , and ends at , , which is drawn by using the two control points ,25 and , Rectangle A Rectangle is a four-sided shape with its opposite sides being equal. When an Ellipse is positioned in a UI layout, its size is assumed to be the same as a rectangle with that Width and Height ; the area outside the perimeter does not have rendering but still is part of its layout slot size.
Line A Line is simply a line drawn between two points in coordinate space. Using PathGeometry may be more readable than populating a Path.