Graphics.SetClip methods

This topic lists the SetClip methods of the Graphics class. For a complete list of methods for the Graphics class, see Graphics.

Overload list

MethodDescription
SetClip(HRGN,CombineMode)

The Graphics::SetClip method updates the clipping region of this Graphics object to a region that is the combination of itself and a GDI region.

SetClip(Rect&,CombineMode)

The Graphics::SetClip method updates the clipping region of this Graphics object to a region that is the combination of itself and a rectangle.

SetClip(RectF&,CombineMode)

The Graphics::SetClip method updates the clipping region of this Graphics object to a region that is the combination of itself and a rectangle.

SetClip(Region*,CombineMode)

The Graphics::SetClip method updates the clipping region of this Graphics object to a region that is the combination of itself and the region specified by a Region object.

SetClip(Graphics*,CombineMode)

The Graphics::SetClip method updates the clipping region of this Graphics object to a region that is the combination of itself and the clipping region of another Graphics object.

SetClip(GraphicsPath*,CombineMode)

The Graphics::SetClip method updates the clipping region of this Graphics object to a region that is the combination of itself and the region specified by a graphics path. If a figure in the path is not closed, this method treats the nonclosed figure as if it were closed by a straight line that connects the figure's starting and ending points.

 

 

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