StylusPointCollection.Clone Méthode

Définition

public:
 System::Windows::Input::StylusPointCollection ^ Clone();
public System.Windows.Input.StylusPointCollection Clone ();
member this.Clone : unit -> System.Windows.Input.StylusPointCollection
Public Function Clone () As StylusPointCollection

Retours

StylusPointCollection

Nouveau StylusPointCollection qui contient des copies des objets StylusPoint dans la classe StylusPointCollection actuelle.A new StylusPointCollection that contains copies of the StylusPoint objects in the current StylusPointCollection.

Exemples

L’exemple suivant montre comment copier un StylusPointCollection .The following example demonstrates how to copy a StylusPointCollection. L’exemple crée un trait constitué de membres du et les StylusPointCollection ajoute à un InkCanvas .The example creates a stroke comprised of members of the StylusPointCollection and adds them to an InkCanvas. Cet exemple suppose qu’il existe un InkCanvas appelé inkcanvs1 .This example assumes that there is an InkCanvas called inkcanvs1.

Point[] rawPoints = new Point[]
    {
        new Point(100, 100),
        new Point(100, 200),
        new Point(200, 250),
        new Point(300, 300)
    };

StylusPointCollection points1 = new StylusPointCollection(rawPoints);

// Create a copy of points1 and change the second StylusPoint.
StylusPointCollection points2 = points1.Clone();
points2[1] = new StylusPoint(200, 100);

// Create a stroke from each StylusPointCollection and add them to
// inkCanvas1. Note that changing a StylusPoint in point2 did not
// affect points1.
Stroke stroke1 = new Stroke(points1);
inkCanvas1.Strokes.Add(stroke1);

Stroke stroke2 = new Stroke(points2);
stroke2.DrawingAttributes.Color = Colors.Red;
inkCanvas1.Strokes.Add(stroke2);
Dim rawPoints() As Point = {New Point(100, 100), _
                            New Point(100, 200), _
                            New Point(200, 250), _
                            New Point(300, 300)}

Dim points1 As New StylusPointCollection(rawPoints)

' Create a copy of points1 and change the second StylusPoint.
Dim points2 As StylusPointCollection = points1.Clone()
points2(1) = New StylusPoint(200, 100)

' Create a stroke from each StylusPointCollection and add them to
' inkCanvas1. Note that changing a StylusPoint in point2 did not
' affect points1.
Dim stroke1 As New Stroke(points1)
inkCanvas1.Strokes.Add(stroke1)

Dim stroke2 As New Stroke(points2)
stroke2.DrawingAttributes.Color = Colors.Red
inkCanvas1.Strokes.Add(stroke2)

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