Applies to: desktop apps only
Adds stroke data for a single stroke to the IInkAnalyzer and assigns a specific culture identifier to the stroke.
HRESULT AddStrokeForLanguage( [in] LONG lStrokeId, [in] LONG lStrokeLCID, [in] ULONG ulStrokePacketDataCount, [in] LONG *plStrokePacketData, [in] ULONG ulStrokePacketDescriptionCount, [in] GUID *pStrokePacketDescriptionGuids, [out] IContextNode **ppContextNodeStrokeAddedTo );
- lStrokeId [in]
The identifier for the stroke to add.
- lStrokeLCID [in]
The culture identifier to assign to the stroke.
- ulStrokePacketDataCount [in]
The number of packets in the stroke.
- plStrokePacketData [in]
An array containing the packet data for the stroke.
- ulStrokePacketDescriptionCount [in]
The number of properties in each packet.
- pStrokePacketDescriptionGuids [in]
An array containing the packet property identifiers.
- ppContextNodeStrokeAddedTo [out]
A pointer whose value is set to the pointer of the IContextNode that contains the newly added stroke.
For a description of the return values, see Classes and Interfaces - Ink Analysis.
Caution To avoid a memory leak, call IUnknown::Release on ppContextNodeStrokeAddedTo when you no longer need to use the object.
When ppContextNodeStrokeAddedTo is NULL, it indicates that the caller is not interested in the return value from the method.
The IInkAnalyzer adds the stroke to an IContextNode of type UnclassifiedInk (see Context Node Types). This node is in the root node's subnode collection (see IInkAnalyzer::GetRootNode Method and IContextNode::GetSubNodes methods).
The IInkAnalyzer assigns lStrokeLCID culture identifier to the stroke and adds the stroke to the first UnclassifiedInk context node under the ink analyzer's root node that contains strokes with the same culture identifier. If the ink analyzer does not have a node with the same culture identifier, it creates a new UnclassifiedInk context node under its root node and adds the stroke to the new UnclassifiedInk context node.
plStrokePacketData contains packet data for all of the points in the stroke. pStrokePacketDescriptionGuids contains the globally unique identifiers (GUIDs) that describe the types of packet data included for each point in the stroke. For a complete list of available packet properties, see PacketPropertyGuids Constants.
This method expands the dirty region to the union of the region's current value and the bounding box of the added stroke.
If the IInkAnalyzer already contains a stroke with the same stroke identifier, the IInkAnalyzer returns an HRESULT of E_INVALIDARG.
Minimum supported client
|Windows XP Tablet PC Edition|
Minimum supported server
- IInkAnalyzer::AddStroke Method
- IInkAnalyzer::AddStrokes Method
- IInkAnalyzer::AddStrokesForLanguage Method
- IInkAnalyzer::RemoveStroke Method
- IInkAnalyzer::RemoveStrokes Method
- Ink Analysis Reference
Build date: 3/6/2012