PointF.Equality(PointF, PointF) PointF.Equality(PointF, PointF) PointF.Equality(PointF, PointF) PointF.Equality(PointF, PointF) Operator


Compares two PointF structures. The result specifies whether the values of the X and Y properties of the two PointF structures are equal.

 static bool operator ==(System::Drawing::PointF left, System::Drawing::PointF right);
public static bool operator == (System.Drawing.PointF left, System.Drawing.PointF right);
static member ( = ) : System.Drawing.PointF * System.Drawing.PointF -> bool
Public Shared Operator == (left As PointF, right As PointF) As Boolean


PointF PointF PointF PointF

A PointF to compare.

PointF PointF PointF PointF

A PointF to compare.


true if the X and Y values of the left and right PointF structures are equal; otherwise, false.


The following code example demonstrates how to use the Equality operator. To run this example, paste the following code into a Windows Form. Handle the form's Paint event and call opAdditionExample, passing e as PaintEventArgs.

private void OpAdditionExample(PaintEventArgs e)
    PointF point1 = new PointF(120.5F, 120F);
    SizeF size1 = new SizeF(120.5F, 30.5F);
    RectangleF rect1 = new RectangleF(point1, size1);
    if (new PointF(rect1.Right, rect1.Bottom) == point1 + size1)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("They are equal", this.Font, Brushes.Black, rect1);
        e.Graphics.DrawString("They are not equal", this.Font, Brushes.Red, rect1);

Private Sub OpAdditionExample(ByVal e As PaintEventArgs) 
    Dim size1 As New SizeF(120.5F, 30.5F)
    Dim point1 As New PointF(20.5F, 20F)
    Dim rect1 As New RectangleF(point1, size1)
    If New PointF(rect1.Right, rect1.Bottom) = point1 + size1 Then
        e.Graphics.DrawString("They are equal", Me.Font, Brushes.Black, rect1)
        e.Graphics.DrawString("They are not equal", Me.Font, Brushes.Red, rect1)
    End If
End Sub

Applies to