Learn how to draw lines in XY axes as well as how to find the slope of the line based on the line equation.
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GDI+ lets you "warp" graphics objects. At least, that's the story. In reality, the method is buggy to an unacceptable degree.
This CRectTracker on steroids not only lets you move and scale screen objects, but also rotate and shear them.
You can do great things with ColorMatrix in GDI+. Use the QColorMatrix class to open up the possibilities. You'll be able to affect gamma, saturation, contrast, brightness, hue, and more. (The demo project and source code were updated.)
Use the details of using PatternBrushes to fill the interiors of rectangles, ellipses, polygons, and paths.
How to create MS Windows icons and cursors. More specifically, you'll learn how to extract them from EXEs and from resources, and then how to make icon groups. A simple Icon/Cursor Editor is included. (The demo project and source code were updated.)
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Arun Karthick introduces you to the state machine model and shows you how to create a simple working state machine sample using the .NET framework in the C# language.