## Definition

Multiplies the Matrix that represents the local geometric transform of this LinearGradientBrush by the specified Matrix by prepending the specified Matrix.

 Multiplies the Matrix that represents the local geometric transform of this LinearGradientBrush by the specified Matrix in the specified order. Multiplies the Matrix that represents the local geometric transform of this LinearGradientBrush by the specified Matrix by prepending the specified Matrix.

## MultiplyTransform(Matrix, MatrixOrder)

Multiplies the Matrix that represents the local geometric transform of this LinearGradientBrush by the specified Matrix in the specified order.

``````public:
void MultiplyTransform(System::Drawing::Drawing2D::Matrix ^ matrix, System::Drawing::Drawing2D::MatrixOrder order);``````
``public void MultiplyTransform (System.Drawing.Drawing2D.Matrix matrix, System.Drawing.Drawing2D.MatrixOrder order);``
``member this.MultiplyTransform : System.Drawing.Drawing2D.Matrix * System.Drawing.Drawing2D.MatrixOrder -> unit``

#### Parameters

matrix
Matrix

The Matrix by which to multiply the geometric transform.

order
MatrixOrder

A MatrixOrder that specifies in which order to multiply the two matrices.

### Examples

The following code example is designed for use with Windows Forms, and it requires PaintEventArgs`e`, an OnPaint event object. The code performs the following actions:

Notice that the lower ellipse is stretched in the horizontal direction, and that the gradient is stretched to match the new shape.

``````private:
void MultiplyTransformExample( PaintEventArgs^ e )
{
// Create a LinearGradientBrush.
Rectangle myRect = Rectangle(20,20,200,100);
LinearGradientBrush^ myLGBrush = gcnew LinearGradientBrush( myRect,Color::Blue,Color::Red,0.0f,true );

// Draw an ellipse to the screen using the LinearGradientBrush.
e->Graphics->FillEllipse( myLGBrush, myRect );

// Transform the LinearGradientBrush.
array<Point>^ transformArray = {Point(20,150),Point(400,150),Point(20,200)};
Matrix^ myMatrix = gcnew Matrix( myRect,transformArray );
myLGBrush->MultiplyTransform( myMatrix, MatrixOrder::Prepend );

// Draw a second ellipse to the screen using
// the transformed brush.
e->Graphics->FillEllipse( myLGBrush, 20, 150, 380, 50 );
}
``````
`````` private void MultiplyTransformExample(PaintEventArgs e)
{

// Create a LinearGradientBrush.
Rectangle myRect = new Rectangle(20, 20, 200, 100);
myRect, Color.Blue, Color.Red,  0.0f, true);

// Draw an ellipse to the screen using the LinearGradientBrush.
e.Graphics.FillEllipse(myLGBrush, myRect);

// Transform the LinearGradientBrush.
Point[] transformArray = { new Point(20, 150),
new Point(400,150), new Point(20, 200) };

Matrix myMatrix = new Matrix(myRect, transformArray);
myLGBrush.MultiplyTransform(
myMatrix,
MatrixOrder.Prepend);

// Draw a second ellipse to the screen using
// the transformed brush.
e.Graphics.FillEllipse(myLGBrush, 20, 150, 380, 50);
}
``````
``````Public Sub MultiplyTransformExample(ByVal e As PaintEventArgs)

' Create a LinearGradientBrush.
Dim myRect As New Rectangle(20, 20, 200, 100)
Dim myLGBrush As New LinearGradientBrush(myRect, Color.Blue, _
Color.Red, 0.0F, True)

' Draw an ellipse to the screen using the LinearGradientBrush.
e.Graphics.FillEllipse(myLGBrush, myRect)

' Transform the LinearGradientBrush.
Dim transformArray As Point() = {New Point(20, 150), _
New Point(400, 150), New Point(20, 200)}
Dim myMatrix As New Matrix(myRect, transformArray)
myLGBrush.MultiplyTransform(myMatrix, MatrixOrder.Prepend)

' Draw a second ellipse to the screen using the transformed brush.
e.Graphics.FillEllipse(myLGBrush, 20, 150, 380, 50)
End Sub
``````

## MultiplyTransform(Matrix)

Multiplies the Matrix that represents the local geometric transform of this LinearGradientBrush by the specified Matrix by prepending the specified Matrix.

``````public:
void MultiplyTransform(System::Drawing::Drawing2D::Matrix ^ matrix);``````
``public void MultiplyTransform (System.Drawing.Drawing2D.Matrix matrix);``
``member this.MultiplyTransform : System.Drawing.Drawing2D.Matrix -> unit``

#### Parameters

matrix
Matrix

The Matrix by which to multiply the geometric transform.

### Examples

For an example, see MultiplyTransform.