# Point Constructors

## Definition

Initializes a new instance of the Point class with the specified coordinates.

 Point(Size) Initializes a new instance of the Point class from a Size. Point(Int32) Initializes a new instance of the Point class using coordinates specified by an integer value. Point(Int32, Int32) Initializes a new instance of the Point class with the specified coordinates.

## Point(Size)

Initializes a new instance of the Point class from a Size.

``````public:
Point(System::Drawing::Size sz);``````
``public Point (System.Drawing.Size sz);``
``new System.Drawing.Point : System.Drawing.Size -> System.Drawing.Point``
``Public Sub New (sz As Size)``

#### Parameters

sz
Size

A Size that specifies the coordinates for the new Point.

### Examples

The following code example demonstrates how to use the Equality operator and how to construct a Point from a Size or two integers. It also demonstrates how to use the X and Y properties. This example is designed to be used with Windows Forms. Paste the code into a form that contains a button named `Button1`, and associate the `Button1_Click` method with the button's Click event.

``````private:
void Button1_Click( System::Object^ /*sender*/, System::EventArgs^ /*e*/ )
{
// Construct a new Point with integers.
Point Point1 = Point(100,100);

// Create a Graphics object.
Graphics^ formGraphics = this->CreateGraphics();

// Construct another Point, this time using a Size.
Point Point2 = Point(System::Drawing::Size( 100, 100 ));

// Call the equality operator to see if the points are equal,
// and if so print out their x and y values.
if ( Point1 == Point2 )
{
array<Object^>^temp0 = {Point1.X,Point2.X,Point1.Y,Point2.Y};
formGraphics->DrawString( String::Format( "Point1.X: "
"{0},Point2.X: {1}, Point1.Y: {2}, Point2.Y {3}", temp0 ), this->Font, Brushes::Black, PointF(10,70) );
}
}
``````
``````private void Button1_Click(System.Object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{

// Construct a new Point with integers.
Point Point1 = new Point(100, 100);

// Create a Graphics object.
Graphics formGraphics = this.CreateGraphics();

// Construct another Point, this time using a Size.
Point Point2 = new Point(new Size(100, 100));

// Call the equality operator to see if the points are equal,
// and if so print out their x and y values.
if (Point1 == Point2)
{
formGraphics.DrawString(String.Format("Point1.X: " +
"{0},Point2.X: {1}, Point1.Y: {2}, Point2.Y {3}",
new object[]{Point1.X, Point2.X, Point1.Y, Point2.Y}),
this.Font, Brushes.Black, new PointF(10, 70));
}
}
``````
``````Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, _
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

' Construct a new Point with integers.
Dim Point1 As New Point(100, 100)

' Create a Graphics object.
Dim formGraphics As Graphics = Me.CreateGraphics()

' Construct another Point, this time using a Size.
Dim Point2 As New Point(New Size(100, 100))

' Call the equality operator to see if the points are equal,
' and if so print out their x and y values.
If (Point.op_Equality(Point1, Point2)) Then
formGraphics.DrawString(String.Format("Point1.X: " & _
"{0},Point2.X: {1}, Point1.Y: {2}, Point2.Y {3}", _
New Object() {Point1.X, Point2.X, Point1.Y, Point2.Y}), _
Me.Font, Brushes.Black, New PointF(10, 70))
End If

End Sub
``````

## Point(Int32)

Initializes a new instance of the Point class using coordinates specified by an integer value.

``````public:
Point(int dw);``````
``public Point (int dw);``
``new System.Drawing.Point : int -> System.Drawing.Point``
``Public Sub New (dw As Integer)``

#### Parameters

dw
Int32

A 32-bit integer that specifies the coordinates for the new Point.

### Examples

The following code example demonstrates how to use the Point and Size.Size constructors and the System.Drawing.ContentAlignment enumeration. To run this example, paste this code into a Windows Form that contains a label named `Label1`, and call the `InitializeLabel1` method in the form's constructor.

``````void InitializeLabel1()
{
// Set a border.
Label1->BorderStyle = BorderStyle::FixedSingle;

// Set the size, constructing a size from two integers.
Label1->Size = System::Drawing::Size( 100, 50 );

// Set the location, constructing a point from a 32-bit integer
Label1->Location = Point(0x280028);

// Set and align the text on the lower-right side of the label.
Label1->TextAlign = ContentAlignment::BottomRight;
Label1->Text = "Bottom Right Alignment";
}
``````
``````private void InitializeLabel1()
{
// Set a border.
Label1.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.FixedSingle;

// Set the size, constructing a size from two integers.
Label1.Size = new Size(100, 50);

// Set the location, constructing a point from a 32-bit integer
Label1.Location = new Point(0x280028);

// Set and align the text on the lower-right side of the label.
Label1.TextAlign = ContentAlignment.BottomRight;
Label1.Text = "Bottom Right Alignment";
}
``````
``````Private Sub InitializeLabel1()

' Set a border.
Label1.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.FixedSingle

' Set the size, constructing a size from two integers.
Label1.Size = New Size(100, 50)

' Set the location, constructing a point from a 32-bit integer
Label1.Location = New Point(&H280028)

' Set and align the text on the lower-right side of the label.
Label1.TextAlign = ContentAlignment.BottomRight
Label1.Text = "Bottom Right Alignment"
End Sub
``````

### Remarks

The low-order 16 bits of the `dw` parameter specify the horizontal x-coordinate and the higher 16 bits specify the vertical y-coordinate for the new Point.

## Point(Int32, Int32)

Initializes a new instance of the Point class with the specified coordinates.

``````public:
Point(int x, int y);``````
``public Point (int x, int y);``
``new System.Drawing.Point : int * int -> System.Drawing.Point``
``Public Sub New (x As Integer, y As Integer)``

#### Parameters

x
Int32

The horizontal position of the point.

y
Int32

The vertical position of the point.

### Examples

The following code example demonstrates how to use the Equality operator and how to construct a Point from a Size or two integers. It also demonstrates how to use the X and Y properties. This example is designed to be used with Windows Forms. Paste the code into a form that contains a button named `Button1`, and associate the `Button1_Click` method with the button's Click event.

``````private:
void Button1_Click( System::Object^ /*sender*/, System::EventArgs^ /*e*/ )
{
// Construct a new Point with integers.
Point Point1 = Point(100,100);

// Create a Graphics object.
Graphics^ formGraphics = this->CreateGraphics();

// Construct another Point, this time using a Size.
Point Point2 = Point(System::Drawing::Size( 100, 100 ));

// Call the equality operator to see if the points are equal,
// and if so print out their x and y values.
if ( Point1 == Point2 )
{
array<Object^>^temp0 = {Point1.X,Point2.X,Point1.Y,Point2.Y};
formGraphics->DrawString( String::Format( "Point1.X: "
"{0},Point2.X: {1}, Point1.Y: {2}, Point2.Y {3}", temp0 ), this->Font, Brushes::Black, PointF(10,70) );
}
}
``````
``````private void Button1_Click(System.Object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{

// Construct a new Point with integers.
Point Point1 = new Point(100, 100);

// Create a Graphics object.
Graphics formGraphics = this.CreateGraphics();

// Construct another Point, this time using a Size.
Point Point2 = new Point(new Size(100, 100));

// Call the equality operator to see if the points are equal,
// and if so print out their x and y values.
if (Point1 == Point2)
{
formGraphics.DrawString(String.Format("Point1.X: " +
"{0},Point2.X: {1}, Point1.Y: {2}, Point2.Y {3}",
new object[]{Point1.X, Point2.X, Point1.Y, Point2.Y}),
this.Font, Brushes.Black, new PointF(10, 70));
}
}
``````
``````Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, _
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click

' Construct a new Point with integers.
Dim Point1 As New Point(100, 100)

' Create a Graphics object.
Dim formGraphics As Graphics = Me.CreateGraphics()

' Construct another Point, this time using a Size.
Dim Point2 As New Point(New Size(100, 100))

' Call the equality operator to see if the points are equal,
' and if so print out their x and y values.
If (Point.op_Equality(Point1, Point2)) Then
formGraphics.DrawString(String.Format("Point1.X: " & _
"{0},Point2.X: {1}, Point1.Y: {2}, Point2.Y {3}", _
New Object() {Point1.X, Point2.X, Point1.Y, Point2.Y}), _
Me.Font, Brushes.Black, New PointF(10, 70))
End If

End Sub
``````