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xdrawarc(3x11) [ultrix man page]

XDrawArc(3X11)							     MIT X11R4							    XDrawArc(3X11)

       XDrawArc, XDrawArcs, XArc - draw arcs and arc structure

       XDrawArc(display, d, gc, x, y, width, height, angle1, angle2)
	  Display *display;
	  Drawable d;
	  GC gc;
	  int x, y;
	  unsigned int width, height;
	  int angle1, angle2;

       XDrawArcs(display, d, gc, arcs, narcs)
	  Display *display;
	  Drawable d;
	  GC gc;
	  XArc *arcs;
	  int narcs;

       angle1	 Specifies the start of the arc relative to the three-o'clock position from the center, in units of degrees * 64.

       angle2	 Specifies the path and extent of the arc relative to the start of the arc, in units of degrees * 64.

       arcs	 Specifies a pointer to an array of arcs.

       d	 Specifies the drawable.

       display	 Specifies the connection to the X server.

       gc	 Specifies the GC.

       narcs	 Specifies the number of arcs in the array.

       height	 Specify the width and height, which are the major and minor axes of the arc.

       y	 Specify the x and y coordinates, which are relative to the origin of the drawable and specify the upper-left corner of the bound-
		 ing rectangle.

       draws a single circular or elliptical arc, and draws multiple circular or elliptical arcs.  Each arc is specified by a rectangle and two
       angles.	The center of the circle or ellipse is the center of the rectangle, and the major and minor axes are specified by the width and
       height.	Positive angles indicate counterclockwise motion, and negative angles indicate clockwise motion.  If the magnitude of angle2 is
       greater than 360 degrees, or truncates it to 360 degrees.								______], and the
														       _____, y+  2 ______] and
       For an arc specified as [ x, y, width, height, angle_____,ly+height].riThesefcoordinatesacanmbeofractional_andnso[areinot,truncated to dis-
       infinitely thin path describing the_____,ey]iande[x+ e2lipse intersects the horizontal axis at [x, y+  2
       intersects the vertical axis at [x+  2
       crete coordinates.  The path should be defined by the ideal mathematical path.  For a wide line with line-width lw, the bounding outlines
       for filling are given by the two infinitely thin paths consisting of all points whose perpendicular distance from the path of the cir-
       cle/ellipse is equal to lw/2 (which may be a fractional value).	The cap-style and join-style are applied the same as for a line corre-
       sponding to the tangent of the circle/ellipse at the endpoint.

       For an arc specified as [ x, y, width, height, angle1, angle2], the angles must be specified in the effectively skewed coordinate system of
       the ellipse (for a circle, the angles and coordinate systems are identical). The relationship between these angles and angles expressed in
       the normal coordinate system of the screen (a-.measured with a protractor) is as follows:
			  ,-		      ______-'+adjust
       skewed-angle = atan`-tan(normal-angle)*height

       The skewed-angle and normal-angle are expressed in radians (rather than in degrees scaled by 64) in the range [0, 2n] and where atan
       returns a value in the range [-2
       0	 for normal-angle in the range [_, 2
       n	 for normal-angle in the range [__, 2n]
       2n	 for normal-angle in the range [2

       For any given arc, and do not draw a pixel more than once.  If two arcs join correctly and if the line-width is greater than zero and the
       arcs intersect, and do not draw a pixel more than once.	Otherwise, the intersecting pixels of intersecting arcs are drawn multiple times.
       Specifying an arc with one endpoint and a clockwise extent draws the same pixels as specifying the other endpoint and an equivalent coun-
       terclockwise extent, except as it affects joins.

       If the last point in one arc coincides with the first point in the following arc, the two arcs will join correctly.  If the first point in
       the first arc coincides with the last point in the last arc, the two arcs will join correctly.  By specifying one axis to be zero, a hori-
       zontal or vertical line can be drawn.  Angles are computed based solely on the coordinate system and ignore the aspect ratio.

       Both functions use these GC components: function, plane-mask, line-width, line-style, cap-style, join-style, fill-style, subwindow-mode,
       clip-x-origin, clip-y-origin, and clip-mask.  They also use these GC mode-dependent components: foreground, background, tile, stipple,
       tile-stipple-x-origin, tile-stipple-y-origin, dash-offset, and dash-list.

       and can generate and errors.

       The structure contains:

       typedef struct {
	 short x, y;
	 unsigned short width, height;
	 short angle1, angle2;	     /* Degrees * 64 */
       } XArc;

       All x and y members are signed integers.  The width and height members are 16-bit unsigned integers.  You should be careful not to generate
       coordinates and sizes out of the 16-bit ranges, because the protocol only has 16-bit fields for these values.

       A value for a Drawable argument does not name a defined Window or Pixmap.

       A value for a GContext argument does not name a defined GContext.

       An	 window is used as a Drawable.

       Some argument or pair of arguments has the correct type and range but fails
		 to match in some other way required by the request.

See Also
       XDrawLine(3X11), XDrawPoint(3X11), XDrawRectangle(3X11)
       X Window System: The Complete Reference, Second Edition, Robert W. Scheifler and James Gettys

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