Stroke Constructors

Definition

Initializes a new instance of the Stroke class.

Overloads

Stroke(StylusPointCollection)

Initializes a new instance of the Stroke class.

Stroke(StylusPointCollection, DrawingAttributes)

Initializes a new instance of the Stroke class.

Stroke(StylusPointCollection)

Initializes a new instance of the Stroke class.

public:
 Stroke(System::Windows::Input::StylusPointCollection ^ stylusPoints);
public Stroke (System.Windows.Input.StylusPointCollection stylusPoints);
new System.Windows.Ink.Stroke : System.Windows.Input.StylusPointCollection -> System.Windows.Ink.Stroke
Public Sub New (stylusPoints As StylusPointCollection)

Parameters

stylusPoints
StylusPointCollection

A StylusPointCollection that represents the Stroke.

Exceptions

stylusPoints is null.

stylusPoints is empty.

Examples

The following example demonstrates how to create a Stroke from a StylusPointCollection and DrawingAttributes object. This example assumes that there is an InkPresenter called myInkPresenter.

DrawingAttributes drawingAttributes1 = new DrawingAttributes();
drawingAttributes1.Color = Colors.Green;

StylusPoint stylusPoint1 = new StylusPoint(100, 100);
StylusPoint stylusPoint2 = new StylusPoint(100, 200);
StylusPoint stylusPoint3 = new StylusPoint(200, 200);
StylusPoint stylusPoint4 = new StylusPoint(200, 100);
StylusPoint stylusPoint5 = new StylusPoint(100, 100);

StylusPointCollection points = new StylusPointCollection(
    new StylusPoint[] { stylusPoint1, stylusPoint2, stylusPoint3, 
                        stylusPoint4, stylusPoint5 });

Stroke newStroke = new Stroke(points, drawingAttributes1);

myInkPresenter.Strokes.Add(newStroke);
Dim drawingAttributes1 As New DrawingAttributes()
drawingAttributes1.Color = Colors.Green

Dim stylusPoint1 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(100, 100)
Dim stylusPoint2 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(100, 200)
Dim stylusPoint3 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(200, 200)
Dim stylusPoint4 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(200, 100)
Dim stylusPoint5 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(100, 100)

Dim points() As StylusPoint = {stylusPoint1, stylusPoint2, _
                    stylusPoint3, stylusPoint4, stylusPoint1}

Dim pointCollection As New StylusPointCollection(points)

Dim NewStroke As Stroke = New Stroke(pointCollection, drawingAttributes1)

myInkPresenter.Strokes.Add(NewStroke)

Stroke(StylusPointCollection, DrawingAttributes)

Initializes a new instance of the Stroke class.

public:
 Stroke(System::Windows::Input::StylusPointCollection ^ stylusPoints, System::Windows::Ink::DrawingAttributes ^ drawingAttributes);
public Stroke (System.Windows.Input.StylusPointCollection stylusPoints, System.Windows.Ink.DrawingAttributes drawingAttributes);
new System.Windows.Ink.Stroke : System.Windows.Input.StylusPointCollection * System.Windows.Ink.DrawingAttributes -> System.Windows.Ink.Stroke

Parameters

stylusPoints
StylusPointCollection

A StylusPointCollection that represents the Stroke.

drawingAttributes
DrawingAttributes

A DrawingAttributes object that specifies the appearance of the Stroke.

Exceptions

stylusPoints is null.

-or-

drawingAtrributes is null.

stylusPoints is empty.

Examples

The following example demonstrates how to create a Stroke from a StylusPointCollection and DrawingAttributes object. This example assumes that there is an InkPresenter called myInkPresenter.

DrawingAttributes drawingAttributes1 = new DrawingAttributes();
drawingAttributes1.Color = Colors.Green;

StylusPoint stylusPoint1 = new StylusPoint(100, 100);
StylusPoint stylusPoint2 = new StylusPoint(100, 200);
StylusPoint stylusPoint3 = new StylusPoint(200, 200);
StylusPoint stylusPoint4 = new StylusPoint(200, 100);
StylusPoint stylusPoint5 = new StylusPoint(100, 100);

StylusPointCollection points = new StylusPointCollection(
    new StylusPoint[] { stylusPoint1, stylusPoint2, stylusPoint3, 
                        stylusPoint4, stylusPoint5 });

Stroke newStroke = new Stroke(points, drawingAttributes1);

myInkPresenter.Strokes.Add(newStroke);
Dim drawingAttributes1 As New DrawingAttributes()
drawingAttributes1.Color = Colors.Green

Dim stylusPoint1 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(100, 100)
Dim stylusPoint2 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(100, 200)
Dim stylusPoint3 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(200, 200)
Dim stylusPoint4 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(200, 100)
Dim stylusPoint5 As StylusPoint = New StylusPoint(100, 100)

Dim points() As StylusPoint = {stylusPoint1, stylusPoint2, _
                    stylusPoint3, stylusPoint4, stylusPoint1}

Dim pointCollection As New StylusPointCollection(points)

Dim NewStroke As Stroke = New Stroke(pointCollection, drawingAttributes1)

myInkPresenter.Strokes.Add(NewStroke)

Applies to