Graphic Methods in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 .NET Framework 3.5

posted by Selerines | Friday, September 5, 2008

For all the .NET lovers and users, here I am going to put one post which describes about the new graphic methods in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 3.5 . Microsoft is always trying to update the .NET regularly and all the updates are really helpful to many of the graphical users to do their graphical designs. Here I am going to put some new methods in .NET 3.5 and I will put the link too.

Purchase: Microsoft Visual Studio 2008

AddMetafileComment : Adds a comment to the current Metafile.

BeginContainer: Overloaded. Saves a graphics container with the current state of Graphics and opens and uses a new graphics container.

Clear : Clears the entire drawing surface and fills it with the specified background color.

CopyFromScreen : Overloaded. Performs a bit-block transfer of color data from the screen to the drawing surface of the Graphics.

CreateObjRef : Creates an object that contains all the relevant information required to generate a proxy used to communicate with a remote object

DrawArc : Overloaded. Draws an arc representing a portion of an ellipse specified by a pair of coordinates, a width, and a height.

DrawBezier : Overloaded. Draws a B├ęzier spline defined by four Point structures.

DrawClosedCurve : Overloaded. Draws a closed cardinal spline defined by an array of Point structures.

DrawCurve : Overloaded. Draws a cardinal spline through a specified array of Point structures.

DrawEllipse : Overloaded. Draws an ellipse defined by a bounding rectangle specified by a pair of coordinates, a height, and a width.

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