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LeadPoint Structure


Stores two integer numbers that represent the coordinates of a point (X and Y).

public struct LeadPoint 
<TypeConverterAttribute("Leadtools.LeadPointConverter, Leadtools, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null")> 
<DataContractAttribute(Name="LeadPoint", IsNameSetExplicitly=True)> 
Public Structure LeadPoint  
   Inherits System.ValueType 
   Implements System.IFormattable  
typedef struct LeadPoint 
public final class LeadPoint 
[TypeConverterAttribute("Leadtools.LeadPointConverter, Leadtools, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null")] 
[DataContractAttribute(Name="LeadPoint", IsNameSetExplicitly=true)] 
public value class LeadPoint : public System.ValueType, System.IFormattable   


Various parts of the LEADTOOLS toolkit require a structure that represents a point with X and Y values. Although the .NET framework contains many structures that can be used for this such as System.Drawing.Point and System.Windows.Point, they are tied to specific platforms (GDI+ and WPF in the previous case).

The LeadPoint structure specifies a platform-independent representation of a point. If required, you can convert a LeadPoint structure to a platform-dependent point.

To convert a GDI+ System.Drawing.Point (source) to LeadPoint, use the following code:

LeadPoint dest = new LeadPoint(source.X, source.Y)

To convert a LeadPoint (source) to GDI+ System.Drawing.Point, use the following code:

System.Drawing.Point dest = new System.Drawing.Point(source.X, source.Y)

To convert a WPF System.Windows.Point (source) to LeadPoint, use the following code:

LeadPoint dest = new LeadPoint((int)source.X, (int)source.Y)

To convert a LeadPoint (source) to WPF System.Windows.Point, use the following code:

System.Windows.Point dest = new System.Windows.Point(source.X, source.Y)


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