﻿Point Structure  # Point Structure

A struct representing X and Y co-ordinates as integer values

Namespace:  Eto.Drawing
Assembly:  Eto (in Eto.dll) Version: 2.5.3-dev Syntax
`public struct Point : IEquatable<Point>`

The Point type exposes the following members. Constructors
NameDescription Point(PointF)
Initializes a new instance of a Point class with truncated values of the specified floating-point point Point(Size)
Initializes a new instance of a Point class with X and Y values corresponding to the Width and Height values of the specified size, respecitively Point(Int32, Int32)
Initializes a new instance of a Point class with specified x and y values
Top Properties
NameDescription IsZero
Gets a value indicating that both the X and Y co-ordinates of this point are zero Length
Gets the length of the point as a vector from origin 0,0 LengthSquared
Gets the squared length of the point as a vector from origin 0,0. Normal
Gets the point as a normal vector (perpendicular) to the current point from the origin UnitVector
Gets the current point as a unit vector (a point with a Length of 1.0 from origin 0,0) X
Gets or sets the X co-ordinate of this point Y
Gets or sets the Y co-ordinate of this point
Top Methods
NameDescription  Abs
Returns the absolute X and Y components of the specified point Distance(Point)
Gets the distance between this point and the specified point  Distance(Point, Point)
Gets the distance between two points using pythagoras theorem DotProduct(Point)
Gets the dot product of this instance and the specified point  DotProduct(Point, Point)
Gets the dot product between two points Equals(Object)
Returns a value indicating that the specified obj is equal to this point
(Overrides ValueTypeEquals(Object).) Equals(Point)
Returns a value indicating that the specified other point is equal to this point GetHashCode
Gets the hash code of this point
(Overrides ValueTypeGetHashCode.)  Max
Returns the maximum X and Y components of two points  Min
Returns the minimum X and Y components of two points Offset(Point)
Offsets the X and Y co-ordinates of this point by the values from the specified point Offset(Int32, Int32)
Offsets the X and Y co-ordinates of this point by the specified x and y values  Offset(Point, Point)
Offsets the X and Y co-ordinates of the point by the values from the specified offset  Offset(Point, Int32, Int32)
Offsets the X and Y co-ordinates of the point by the specified x and y values Restrict(Rectangle)
Restricts the X and Y co-ordinates within the specified rectangle  Restrict(Point, Rectangle)
Restricts the X and Y co-ordinates of the specified point within the rectangle  Round
Rounds the X and Y components of the specified point to a Point ToString
Converts this point to a string
(Overrides ValueTypeToString.)  Truncate
Truncates the X and Y components of the specified point to a Point  UnitVectorAtAngle
Creates a unit vector PointF (a point with a Length of 1.0 from origin 0,0) with the specified angle, in degrees
Top Operators
NameDescription  Addition(Point, Point)
Operator to return the addition of two points as a Point  Addition(Point, Size)
Operator to add a size to a point  Addition(Point, Int32)
Operator to add a value to both the X and Y co-ordinates of a point  Division(Point, Size)
Divides the specified point with a size  Division(Point, Int32)
Divides the X and Y co-ordinates of the specified point with a given value  Equality
Determines equality between two points  (PointF to Point)
Explicit conversion from a PointF to a Point by truncating values  (Size to Point)
Explicit conversion from a size to a Point with a X and Y of the Width and Height values of the size, respectively  Inequality
Determines the inequality between two points  Multiply(Int32, Point)
Multiplies the X and Y co-ordinates of the specified point with a given factor  Multiply(Point, Point)
Multiplies the X and Y co-ordinates of the two specified point values  Multiply(Point, Size)
Multiplies the specified point with a size  Multiply(Point, Int32)
Multiplies the X and Y co-ordinates of the specified point with a given factor  Multiply(Point, Single)
Multiplies the X and Y of a point by the specified floating point factor  Subtraction(Point, Point)
Operator to return the difference between two points as a Size  Subtraction(Point, Size)
Operator to subtract a size from a point  Subtraction(Point, Int32)
Operator to subtract a value from both the X and Y co-ordinates of a point  UnaryNegation
Returns a new Point with negative x and y values of the specified point
Top Fields
NameDescription  Empty
Gets an empty point with an X and Y value of zero
Top Remarks
The point struct is used for drawing and positioning of elements and widgets See Also