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Function outtextxy displays a string in graphical mode. You can use different fonts, text sizes, alignments, colors and directions of the text that we will study later. Parameters passed are x and y coordinates of the position on the screen where text is to be displayed.
There is another function outtext that displayes a text in the current position.
Current position is the place where last drawing is ended. These functions are declared as follows: Center point of arc, circlew, or pie slice stangle: Start angle in degrees endangle: End angle in degrees radius: Radius of arc, circle, and pieslice. Refer this figure for clear idea: For the details of current color, fill color and fill patterns, refer the sections Lines and Colors.
Another basic shape that we come across is a rectangle. To draw a border, use rectangle with the coordinates of outline, to draw a square use rectangle with same height and width. To use these functions, store coordinates of the shape in an array and pass the address of array as an argument to the function.
By looking at the output of the previous program, you can understand what drawpoly is. Points to a sequence of numpoints x 2 integers.
Each pair of integers gives the x and y coordinates of a point on the polygon. Let us study more about shapes latter. Here is some idea about colors. There are 16 colors declared in graphics. To use these colors, use functions setcolor , setbkcolor and setfillstyle.
If we use setcolor RED ; and draw any shape, line or text after that, the drawing will be in red color. You can either use color as defined above or number like setcolor 4 ;. Setfillstyle sets fill pattern and fill colors. After calling setfillstyle, if we use functions like floodfill, fillpoly, bar etc, shpes will be filled with fill color and pattern set using setfillstyle. These function declarations are as follows.
The parameter pattern in setfillstyle is as follows: Means Fill With Background color. Solid fill. Light hatch.
Heavy crosshatch. Interleaving lines Widely spaced dots. Closely spaced dots. User-defined fill pattern. Here is an example program with colors, pixels, bar, cleardevice etc. We have a function random no , it returns a random number between 0 an no.
The effect is by drawing random radius, random color circles with same center and random pixels.
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