#
Point.Explicit
Point.Explicit
Point.Explicit
Operator

## Definition

## Overloads

Explicit(Point to Vector) Explicit(Point to Vector) Explicit(Point to Vector) |
Creates a Vector structure with an X value equal to the point's X value and a Y value equal to the point's Y value. |

Explicit(Point to Size) Explicit(Point to Size) Explicit(Point to Size) |
Creates a Size structure with a Width equal to this point's X value and a Height equal to this point's Y value. |

## Explicit(Point to Vector) Explicit(Point to Vector) Explicit(Point to Vector)

Creates a Vector structure with an X value equal to the point's X value and a Y value equal to the point's Y value.

```
public:
static explicit operator System::Windows::Vector(System::Windows::Point point);
```

`public static explicit operator System.Windows.Vector (System.Windows.Point point);`

`static member op_Explicit : System.Windows.Point -> System.Windows.Vector`

#### Parameters

#### Returns

### Examples

The following example shows how to explicitly convert a Point into a Vector.

```
private Vector overloadedExplicitOperatorVectorExample()
{
Point point1 = new Point(10, 5);
// Explicitly converts a Point structure into a Vector structure.
// returnVector is equal to (10,5).
Vector returnVector = (Vector)point1;
return returnVector;
}
```

```
Private Function overloadedExplicitOperatorVectorExample() As Vector
Dim point1 As New Point(10, 5)
' Explicitly converts a Point structure into a Vector structure.
' returnVector is equal to (10,5).
Dim returnVector As Vector = CType(point1, Vector)
Return returnVector
End Function
```

## Explicit(Point to Size) Explicit(Point to Size) Explicit(Point to Size)

Creates a Size structure with a Width equal to this point's X value and a Height equal to this point's Y value.

```
public:
static explicit operator System::Windows::Size(System::Windows::Point point);
```

`public static explicit operator System.Windows.Size (System.Windows.Point point);`

`static member op_Explicit : System.Windows.Point -> System.Windows.Size`

#### Parameters

#### Returns

A Size structure with a Width equal to this point's X value and a Height equal to this point's Y value.

### Examples

The following example shows how to explicitly convert a Point into a Size.

```
private Size overloadedExplicitOperatorSizeExample()
{
Point point1 = new Point(10, 5);
// Explicitly converts a Point structure into a Size structure.
// returnSize has a width of 10 and a height of 5
Size returnSize = (Size)point1;
return returnSize;
}
```

```
Private Function overloadedExplicitOperatorSizeExample() As Size
Dim point1 As New Point(10, 5)
' Explicitly converts a Point structure into a Size structure.
' returnSize has a width of 10 and a height of 5
Dim returnSize As Size = CType(point1, Size)
Return returnSize
End Function
```

### Remarks

Because a Size structure cannot be negative, the absolute values of the point's X and Y properties are used.