SKPath.RArcTo Method

Definition

Overloads

RArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint)

The same as ArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour.

RArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single)

The same as ArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour.

RArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint)

The same as ArcTo(SKPoint, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, SKPoint), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour.

public void RArcTo (SkiaSharp.SKPoint r, float xAxisRotate, SkiaSharp.SKPathArcSize largeArc, SkiaSharp.SKPathDirection sweep, SkiaSharp.SKPoint xy);

Parameters

r
SKPoint

The radius.

xAxisRotate
Single

The angle in degrees relative to the x-axis.

largeArc
SKPathArcSize

Determines whether the smallest or largest arc possible is drawn.

sweep
SKPathDirection

Determines if the arc should be swept in an anti-clockwise or clockwise direction.

xy
SKPoint

The destination coordinates relative to the last point.

RArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single)

The same as ArcTo(Single, Single, Single, SKPathArcSize, SKPathDirection, Single, Single), but the coordinates are considered relative to the last point on this contour.

public void RArcTo (float rx, float ry, float xAxisRotate, SkiaSharp.SKPathArcSize largeArc, SkiaSharp.SKPathDirection sweep, float x, float y);

Parameters

rx
Single

The radius in the x-direction.

ry
Single

The radius in the y-direction.

xAxisRotate
Single

The angle in degrees relative to the x-axis.

largeArc
SKPathArcSize

Determines whether the smallest or largest arc possible is drawn.

sweep
SKPathDirection

Determines if the arc should be swept in an anti-clockwise or clockwise direction.

x
Single

The destination x-coordinate relative to the last point.

y
Single

The destination y-coordinate relative to the last point.

Applies to