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This small sample will show you the possibilities of Silverlights (and WPFs) BezierSegment class. To draw a bezier curve you have to encapsulate the BezierSegment as part of a Path element as shown in the following lines of code:
1 <Path x:Name="Curve" Stroke="#FFFFFFFF" StrokeThickness="2">
6 <PathFigure x:Name="Figure" StartPoint="27,56">
9 <BezierSegment x:Name="Bezier" Point1="227,156" Point2="267,36" Point3="380,30" />
The curve itself is rendered using four points: the StartPoint attribute of the PathFigure element and the three points Point1, Point2 and Point3 of the BezierSegment. Try to play around with this sample and feel free to have a look into the sources.
My name is Marcel Hoyer. I live in Leipzig, Germany, with a cat and three co-residents. I am a software developer at CID, a Software firm located in Germany. The CID Group focuses on the development of customized, up-to-date software solutions that digitalize and enhance business processes within enterprises and lead to an improvement of communication in relationships between companies and their customers. Next to those technological hobbies I like digital art, photography, travelling and music.
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