# SKPath.RArcTo Method

## Definition

## Overloads

RArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint) |
The same as ArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour. |

RArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single) |
The same as ArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour. |

## RArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint)

The same as ArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour.

`public void RArcTo (SkiaSharp.SKPoint r, float xAxisRotate, SkiaSharp.SKPathArcSize largeArc, SkiaSharp.SKPathDirection sweep, SkiaSharp.SKPoint xy);`

#### Parameters

- r
- SKPoint

The radius.

- xAxisRotate
- Single

The angle in degrees relative to the x-axis.

- largeArc
- SKPathArcSize

Determines whether the smallest or largest arc possible is drawn.

- sweep
- SKPathDirection

Determines if the arc should be swept in an anti-clockwise or clockwise direction.

- xy
- SKPoint

The destination coordinates relative to the last point.

## RArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single)

The same as ArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour.

`public void RArcTo (float rx, float ry, float xAxisRotate, SkiaSharp.SKPathArcSize largeArc, SkiaSharp.SKPathDirection sweep, float x, float y);`

#### Parameters

- rx
- Single

The radius in the x-direction.

- ry
- Single

The radius in the y-direction.

- xAxisRotate
- Single

The angle in degrees relative to the x-axis.

- largeArc
- SKPathArcSize

Determines whether the smallest or largest arc possible is drawn.

- sweep
- SKPathDirection

Determines if the arc should be swept in an anti-clockwise or clockwise direction.

- x
- Single

The destination x-coordinate relative to the last point.

- y
- Single

The destination y-coordinate relative to the last point.