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Graphics Programming with GDI+ by Mahesh Chand

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Figures

Figure 1.1:The role of GDI+ 2
Figure 1.2:The managed GDI+ class wrapper 5
Figure 1.3:The GDI+ namespaces in the .NET Framework library 14
Figure 2.1:Color components in GDI+ 29
Figure 2.2:The Cartesian coordinate system 31
Figure 2.3:The GDI+ coordinate system 32
Figure 2.4:[*] Drawing a line from point (0, 0) to point (120, 80) 33
Figure 2.5:[*]Creating a Windows application 35
Figure 2.6:[*]Adding a reference to System.Drawing.dll 36
Figure 2.7:[*]The System.Drawing namespace in a project 36
Figure 2.8:[*]Adding the Form_Paint event handler 38
Figure 2.9:[*]Your first GDI+ application 44
Figure 2.10:[*]Using Point to draw a line 48
Figure 2.11:[*]Using PointF to draw a line 49
Figure 2.12:[*]Using Rectangle to create rectangles 53
Figure 2.13:[*]

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