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RasterColorConverter Class

Summary

Converts between LEADTOOLS Leadtools.RasterColor and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) System.Windows.Media.Color objects.

Syntax
C#
VB
C++
public static class RasterColorConverter 
  
Public MustInherit NotInheritable Class RasterColorConverter  
public ref class RasterColorConverter abstract sealed  

Remarks

This class lets you easily convert between a LEADTOOLS Leadtools.RasterColor object and WPF System.Windows.Media.Color object.

The LEADTOOLS Leadtools.RasterColor class provides a platform independent representation of an ARGB color that can be used in any platform supported by LEADTOOLS such as GDI, GDI+, and WPF. Use this class To convert a LEADTOOLS Leadtools.RasterColor object to/from a WPF System.Windows.Media.Color object.

Example
C#
VB
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.ImageProcessing; 
using Leadtools.Windows.Media; 
 
public void RasterColorConverterExample() 
{ 
   // Create a WPF color 
   System.Windows.Media.Color wpfColor = System.Windows.Media.Colors.Bisque; 
   // Convert it to a LEADTOOLS RasterColor 
   Leadtools.RasterColor leadColor = RasterColorConverter.FromColor(wpfColor); 
   // Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor); 
 
   // Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert( 
      wpfColor.A == leadColor.A && 
      wpfColor.R == leadColor.R && 
      wpfColor.G == leadColor.G && 
      wpfColor.B == leadColor.B); 
 
   // Create the LEAD color 
   leadColor = new RasterColor(128, 24, 35, 67); 
   // Convert it to a WPF color 
   wpfColor = RasterColorConverter.ToColor(leadColor); 
   // Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor); 
 
   // Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert( 
      wpfColor.A == leadColor.A && 
      wpfColor.R == leadColor.R && 
      wpfColor.G == leadColor.G && 
      wpfColor.B == leadColor.B); 
} 
Imports Leadtools 
Imports Leadtools.Codecs 
Imports Leadtools.ImageProcessing 
Imports Leadtools.Windows.Media 
 
Public Sub RasterColorConverterExample() 
   ' Create a WPF color 
   Dim wpfColor As System.Windows.Media.Color = System.Windows.Media.Colors.Bisque 
   ' Convert it to a LEADTOOLS RasterColor 
   Dim leadColor As RasterColor = RasterColorConverter.FromColor(wpfColor) 
   ' Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor) 
 
   ' Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert( 
      wpfColor.A = leadColor.A AndAlso 
      wpfColor.R = leadColor.R AndAlso 
      wpfColor.G = leadColor.G AndAlso 
      wpfColor.B = leadColor.B) 
 
   ' Create the LEAD color 
   leadColor = New RasterColor(128, 24, 35, 67) 
   ' Convert it to a WPF color 
   wpfColor = RasterColorConverter.ToColor(leadColor) 
   ' Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor) 
 
   ' Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert( 
      wpfColor.A = leadColor.A AndAlso 
      wpfColor.R = leadColor.R AndAlso 
      wpfColor.G = leadColor.G AndAlso 
      wpfColor.B = leadColor.B) 
End Sub 
c#[Silverlight C# Example] 
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.ImageProcessing; 
using Leadtools.Windows.Media; 
 
public void RasterColorConverterExample() 
{ 
   // Create a WPF color 
   System.Windows.Media.Color wpfColor = System.Windows.Media.Colors.DarkGray; 
   // Convert it to a LEADTOOLS RasterColor 
   Leadtools.RasterColor leadColor = RasterColorConverter.FromColor(wpfColor); 
   // Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor); 
 
   // Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert( 
      wpfColor.A == leadColor.A && 
      wpfColor.R == leadColor.R && 
      wpfColor.G == leadColor.G && 
      wpfColor.B == leadColor.B); 
 
   // Create the LEAD color 
   leadColor = new RasterColor(128, 24, 35, 67); 
   // Convert it to a WPF color 
   wpfColor = RasterColorConverter.ToColor(leadColor); 
   // Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor); 
 
   // Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert( 
      wpfColor.A == leadColor.A && 
      wpfColor.R == leadColor.R && 
      wpfColor.G == leadColor.G && 
      wpfColor.B == leadColor.B); 
} 
vb[Silverlight VB Example] 
Imports Leadtools 
Imports Leadtools.Codecs 
Imports Leadtools.ImageProcessing 
Imports Leadtools.Windows.Media 
 
Public Sub RasterColorConverterExample() 
   ' Create a WPF color 
   Dim wpfColor As System.Windows.Media.Color = System.Windows.Media.Colors.DarkGray 
   ' Convert it to a LEADTOOLS RasterColor 
   Dim leadColor As RasterColor = RasterColorConverter.FromColor(wpfColor) 
   ' Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor) 
 
   ' Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert(wpfColor.A = leadColor.A AndAlso wpfColor.R = leadColor.R AndAlso wpfColor.G = leadColor.G AndAlso wpfColor.B = leadColor.B) 
 
   ' Create the LEAD color 
   leadColor = New RasterColor(128, 24, 35, 67) 
   ' Convert it to a WPF color 
   wpfColor = RasterColorConverter.ToColor(leadColor) 
   ' Show both colors 
   Console.WriteLine("wpfColor = {0} - leadColor = {1}", wpfColor, leadColor) 
 
   ' Make sure both colors are the same 
   Debug.Assert(wpfColor.A = leadColor.A AndAlso wpfColor.R = leadColor.R AndAlso wpfColor.G = leadColor.G AndAlso wpfColor.B = leadColor.B) 
End Sub 

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