StylusPoint.Equals Method

Definition

Compares two StylusPoint objects for equality.

Overloads

Equals(Object)

Returns a value indicating whether the specified object is equal to the StylusPoint.

Equals(StylusPoint)

Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the specified StylusPoint is equal to the current StylusPoint.

Equals(StylusPoint, StylusPoint)

Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the two specified StylusPoint objects are equal.

Equals(Object)

Returns a value indicating whether the specified object is equal to the StylusPoint.

public:
 override bool Equals(System::Object ^ o);
public override bool Equals (object o);
override this.Equals : obj -> bool
Public Overrides Function Equals (o As Object) As Boolean

Parameters

o
Object

The StylusPoint to compare to the current StylusPoint.

Returns

Boolean

true if the objects are equal; otherwise, false.

Examples

The following example checks two StylusPoint objects for equality. Because the X, Y, and PressureFactor properties on point1 and point2 are set to the same value, the "The two StylusPoint objects are equal." Message appears.

StylusPoint point1 = new StylusPoint();
StylusPoint point2 = new StylusPoint();

point1.X = 150;
point1.Y = 400;
point1.PressureFactor = 0.45f;

point2.X = 150;
point2.Y = 400;
point2.PressureFactor = 0.45f;
Dim point1 As New StylusPoint()
Dim point2 As New StylusPoint()

point1.X = 150
point1.Y = 400
point1.PressureFactor = 0.45F

point2.X = 150
point2.Y = 400
point2.PressureFactor = 0.45F
if (point2.Equals(point1))
{
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are equal.");
}
else
{
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are not equal.");
}
If point2.Equals(point1) Then
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are equal.")
Else
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are not equal.")
End If

Applies to

Equals(StylusPoint)

Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the specified StylusPoint is equal to the current StylusPoint.

public:
 virtual bool Equals(System::Windows::Input::StylusPoint value);
public bool Equals (System.Windows.Input.StylusPoint value);
override this.Equals : System.Windows.Input.StylusPoint -> bool
Public Function Equals (value As StylusPoint) As Boolean

Parameters

value
StylusPoint

The StylusPoint to compare to the current StylusPoint.

Returns

Boolean

true if the StylusPoint objects are equal; otherwise, false.

Implements

Examples

The following example checks two StylusPoint objects for equality. Because the X, Y, and PressureFactor properties on point1 and point2 are set to the same value, the "The two StylusPoint objects are equal." Message appears.

StylusPoint point1 = new StylusPoint();
StylusPoint point2 = new StylusPoint();

point1.X = 150;
point1.Y = 400;
point1.PressureFactor = 0.45f;

point2.X = 150;
point2.Y = 400;
point2.PressureFactor = 0.45f;
Dim point1 As New StylusPoint()
Dim point2 As New StylusPoint()

point1.X = 150
point1.Y = 400
point1.PressureFactor = 0.45F

point2.X = 150
point2.Y = 400
point2.PressureFactor = 0.45F
if (point2.Equals(point1))
{
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are equal.");
}
else
{
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are not equal.");
}
If point2.Equals(point1) Then
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are equal.")
Else
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are not equal.")
End If

Applies to

Equals(StylusPoint, StylusPoint)

Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the two specified StylusPoint objects are equal.

public:
 static bool Equals(System::Windows::Input::StylusPoint stylusPoint1, System::Windows::Input::StylusPoint stylusPoint2);
public static bool Equals (System.Windows.Input.StylusPoint stylusPoint1, System.Windows.Input.StylusPoint stylusPoint2);
static member Equals : System.Windows.Input.StylusPoint * System.Windows.Input.StylusPoint -> bool
Public Shared Function Equals (stylusPoint1 As StylusPoint, stylusPoint2 As StylusPoint) As Boolean

Parameters

stylusPoint1
StylusPoint

The first StylusPoint to compare.

stylusPoint2
StylusPoint

The second StylusPoint to compare.

Returns

Boolean

true if the StylusPoint objects are equal; otherwise, false.

Examples

The following example checks two StylusPoint objects for equality. Because the X, Y, and PressureFactor properties on point1 and point2 are set to the same value, the "The two StylusPoint objects are equal." Message appears.

StylusPoint point1 = new StylusPoint();
StylusPoint point2 = new StylusPoint();

point1.X = 150;
point1.Y = 400;
point1.PressureFactor = 0.45f;

point2.X = 150;
point2.Y = 400;
point2.PressureFactor = 0.45f;
Dim point1 As New StylusPoint()
Dim point2 As New StylusPoint()

point1.X = 150
point1.Y = 400
point1.PressureFactor = 0.45F

point2.X = 150
point2.Y = 400
point2.PressureFactor = 0.45F
if (StylusPoint.Equals(point1, point2))
{
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are equal.");
}
else
{
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are not equal.");
}
If StylusPoint.Equals(point1, point2) Then
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are equal.")
Else
    MessageBox.Show("The two StylusPoint objects are not equal.")
End If

Applies to