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.NET Structures: The Point

 

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A control can be visually represented on the screen by a geometric point on a coordinate system. A point is a pixel on the monitor screen, on a form, or on any object of your application. A point is represented by its coordinates with regard to the object that "owns" the point:

To identify the concept of a point, the System.Drawing namespace provides the Point structure. One of the properties of the Point structure is X, which represents the horizontal distance of the point from the top-left corner of the object that owns the point. Another property, Y, represents the vertical measurement of the point with regards to the top-left corner of the object that owns the point.

 

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