Color.Subtraction(Color, Color) Operator

Definition

Subtracts a Color structure from a Color structure.

public:
 static System::Windows::Media::Color operator -(System::Windows::Media::Color color1, System::Windows::Media::Color color2);
public static System.Windows.Media.Color operator - (System.Windows.Media.Color color1, System.Windows.Media.Color color2);
static member ( - ) : System.Windows.Media.Color * System.Windows.Media.Color -> System.Windows.Media.Color
Public Shared Operator - (color1 As Color, color2 As Color) As Color

Parameters

color1
Color

The Color structure to be subtracted from.

color2
Color

The Color structure to subtract from color1.

Returns

Color

A new Color structure whose color values are the results of the subtraction operation.

Remarks

Color structures are subtracted from one another by subtracting the alpha, red, green, and blue channels of the second color from the alpha, red, green, and blue channels of the first color. For example, the alpha channel of color2 is subtracted from the alpha channel of color1 to produce the alpha channel of the resulting Color structure. The same is done with the red, green, and blue channels to produce the red, green, and blue channels of the new Color structure.

The equivalent method for this operator is Color.Subtract(Color, Color)

Applies to