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DrawingContext.DrawEllipse Method (Brush, Pen, Point, AnimationClock, Double, AnimationClock, Double, AnimationClock)

 

Draws an ellipse with the specified Brush and Pen and applies the specified animation clocks.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Media
Assembly:  PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)

public abstract void DrawEllipse(
	Brush brush,
	Pen pen,
	Point center,
	AnimationClock centerAnimations,
	double radiusX,
	AnimationClock radiusXAnimations,
	double radiusY,
	AnimationClock radiusYAnimations
)

Parameters

brush
Type: System.Windows.Media.Brush

The brush with which to fill the ellipse. This is optional, and can be null. If the brush is null, no fill is drawn.

pen
Type: System.Windows.Media.Pen

The pen with which to stroke the ellipse. This is optional, and can be null. If the pen is null, no stroke is drawn.

center
Type: System.Windows.Point

The location of the center of the ellipse.

centerAnimations
Type: System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationClock

The clock with which to animate the ellipse's center position, or null for no animation. This clock must be created from an AnimationTimeline that can animate Point objects.

radiusX
Type: System.Double

The horizontal radius of the ellipse.

radiusXAnimations
Type: System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationClock

The clock with which to animate the ellipse's x-radius, or null for no animation. This clock must be created from an AnimationTimeline that can animate Double objects.

radiusY
Type: System.Double

The vertical radius of the ellipse.

radiusYAnimations
Type: System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationClock

The clock with which to animate the ellipse's y-radius, or null for no animation. This clock must be created from an AnimationTimeline that can animate Double objects.

The brush and the pen can both be null. If the brush is null, then no fill is performed. If the pen is null, then no stoke is performed. If both the pen and the brush are null, then the drawing is not visible.

.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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