#include<panda/constants.h> #include<panda/functions.h> void panda_setlinedashing (panda_page *target, int on, int off, int pahse);
This function allows the user to define a line dashing style, which is then applied to subsequent lines drawn on that page. The dashing style is defined as a on and off number, as well as a phase. For example, on = 2, off = 4, phase = 0 should result in a line like:
#include<panda/constants.h> #include<panda/functions.h> panda_pdf *document; panda_page *page; panda_init(); document = panda_open("filename.pdf", "w"); page = panda_newpage (document, panda_pagesize_a4); panda_setlinestart (page, 100, 200); panda_setlinedash (page, 2, 4, 0); panda_addlinesegment (page, 200, 200);
panda_setlinestart, panda_addlinesegment, panda_addcubiccurvesegment, panda_addquadraticsegmentone, panda_addquadraticcurvesegmenttwo, panda_closeline, panda_rectangle, panda_endline, panda_strokeline, panda_fillline, panda_setlinewidth, panda_setlinecap, panda_setlinejoin, panda_setfillcolor, panda_setlinecolor
This documentation was generated for Panda 0.4.2 by autodocbook (http://www.stillhq.com).
Panda is under development by Michael Still (email@example.com). All code is Copyright Michael Still 2000 and 2001, and is released under the GNU GPL. Code submissions are welcomed. Contact Michael at the address above if you have something you would like to contribute.
There are no known bugs in Panda. If you find one, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know.