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Avoid Using Frequently Called Events. The Rectangle and RectangleF Structures. Use System Brushes and Pens. Creating a Custom Paper Size. Understanding the Paint Event.
Graphics Programming with GDI+
Matrix Operations in Image Processing. The Xor and Intersect Methods. Creating a Windows Application. Creating a Bitmap Object.
NET is available online, as are color versions of screen shots from the book. The author provides extensive reusable sample code in C throughout, and complete downloadable source code in C and Visual Basic. Encoder Parameters and Image Formats. Shaped Forms and Graphics Paths.
Graphics Programming with GDI+ : Mahesh Chand :
NET consultant and the founder and administrator of two popular community Web sites, www. Creating Owner-Drawn List Controls. This book will be a very useful handbook for everyone who does graphics programming for Windows. Constructing a Region Object.
Your First Printing Application. Adding Line Caps and Styles. The Encoder and EncoderParameter Classes. Your First Graphics Web Application. Working with Brushes and Pens. Drawing Images on the Web. How Is Drawing Different from Printing?
The Next-Generation Graphics Interface. Getting a Graphics Object in an Application. It presents a clear hdi of the topics in such a manner that is comprehensible to the beginner, but sufficiently in-depth to challenge seasoned programmers.
Adding Copyright Information to a Drawn Image.
Overview of the Printing Process. Creating an Image Object. Drawing a Line Chart.
Zooming In and Out. Printers as a Surface. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Matrix Operations in Image Processing. Double Buffering and Flicker-Free Drawing. Using a Picture Box to View Images. Being a prolific contributor to the Internet community of developers, Mahesh Chand is offering what seems to be a natural extension of what he does best–sharing his programming skills with other talented programmers.
Mother of All Exceptions.
Image Attributes and the ImageAttributes Class.