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In XAML, you define the points with a comma-separated list. Point 60, ; points. The next example creates a Rectangle with a Width of and a Height of
This enables minimal markup for horizontal or vertical lines. Path A Path is the most versatile Shape because you can use it to define an arbitrary geometry. Notice that the first and last points are not connected by the Stroke outline as they are in a Polygon.
Shape classes and Geometry classes. You define the geometry of a path with the Data property.
If you specify a Fill of a Polyline , the Fill paints the interior space of the shape, even if the start point and end point of the Points set for the Polyline do not intersect. A Line ignores any value provided for Fill , because it has no interior space. You define the geometry of a path with the Data property.
Point 50, 50 ; pathFigureCollection1. Notice that the first and last points are not connected by the Stroke outline as they are in a Polygon. Add rectangleGeometry1 ; geometryGroup1.
Polygon A Polygon is a shape with a boundary defined by an arbitrary number of points. In this form, the Path. Point 50, 50 ; pathFigureCollection1.
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. The main difference between these classes is that a Shape has a brush associated with it and can be rendered to the screen, and a Geometry simply defines a region of space and is not rendered unless it helps contribute information to another UI property.
A Line ignores any value provided for Fill , because it has no interior space. The example is mainly intended to give you some examples of what elements exist in the Path.