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Hit Testing with a Region

# Hit Testing with a Region

.NET Framework 1.1

The purpose of hit testing is to determine whether the cursor is over a given object, such as an icon or a button. The following example creates a plus-shaped region by forming the union of two rectangular regions. Assume that the variable point holds the location of the most recent click. The code checks to see whether point is in the plus-shaped region. If the point is in the region (a hit), the region is filled with an opaque red brush. Otherwise, the region is filled with a semitransparent red brush.

```Dim point As New Point(60, 10)

' Assume that the variable "point" contains the location of the
' most recent mouse click.
' To simulate a hit, assign (60, 10) to point.
' To simulate a miss, assign (0, 0) to point.

Dim solidBrush As New SolidBrush(Color.Black)
Dim region1 As New [Region](New Rectangle(50, 0, 50, 150))
Dim region2 As New [Region](New Rectangle(0, 50, 150, 50))

' Create a plus-shaped region by forming the union of region1 and region2.
' The union replaces region1.
region1.Union(region2)

If region1.IsVisible(point, e.Graphics) Then
' The point is in the region. Use an opaque brush.
solidBrush.Color = Color.FromArgb(255, 255, 0, 0)
Else
' The point is not in the region. Use a semitransparent brush.
solidBrush.Color = Color.FromArgb(64, 255, 0, 0)
End If

e.Graphics.FillRegion(solidBrush, region1)
[C#]
Point point = new Point(60, 10);

// Assume that the variable "point" contains the location of the
// most recent mouse click.
// To simulate a hit, assign (60, 10) to point.
// To simulate a miss, assign (0, 0) to point.

SolidBrush solidBrush = new SolidBrush(Color.Black);
Region region1 = new Region(new Rectangle(50, 0, 50, 150));
Region region2 = new Region(new Rectangle(0, 50, 150, 50));

// Create a plus-shaped region by forming the union of region1 and region2.
// The union replaces region1.
region1.Union(region2);

if(region1.IsVisible(point, e.Graphics))
{
// The point is in the region. Use an opaque brush.
solidBrush.Color = Color.FromArgb(255, 255, 0, 0);
}
else
{
// The point is not in the region. Use a semitransparent brush.
solidBrush.Color = Color.FromArgb(64, 255, 0, 0);
}

e.Graphics.FillRegion(solidBrush, region1);
```
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