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I have this code in c# and I want to replace it to wpf. how can I do it?:
protected override void OnPaint(PaintEventArgs pe)
     {
         GraphicsPath p = new GraphicsPath();
         Pen borderPen = new Pen(Color.Red, 3);
         p.AddPolygon(new Point[]
         {
             new Point(-3, this.Height *13/22),
             new Point(this.Width *2/13, -3),
             new Point(this.Width*9/11,0),
             new Point(this.Width,this.Height*2/5),
             new Point(this.Width*6/7,this.Height*170/171),
             new Point(this.Width*2/11,this.Height*170/171)
         });
         this.Region = new Region(p);
 
         if (bold)
         {
             Point[] point = new Point[]
             {
                 new Point(1,this.Height *13/22),
                 new Point(this.Width *2/13, 1),
                 new Point(this.Width*9/11,1),
                 new Point(this.Width*11/17,this.Height *13/22)
             };
             pe.Graphics.DrawPolygon(borderPen, point);
         }
 
         base.OnPaint(pe);
     }
Posted 23-Aug-12 23:07pm
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ridoy 24-Aug-12 5:11am
   
so strange question!

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Solution 1

The rough idea is this:
PointCollection points = new PointCollection(
{
  new Point(-3, this.Height *13/22),
  new Point(this.Width *2/13, -3),
  new Point(this.Width*9/11,0),
  new Point(this.Width,this.Height*2/5),
  new Point(this.Width*6/7,this.Height*170/171),
  new Point(this.Width*2/11,this.Height*170/171)
 
});
Polygon polygon = new Polygon();
polygon.Points = points;
polygon.Stroke = Brushes.Red;
polygon.StrokeThickness = 3;
polygon.Width = this.Width;
polygon.Height = this.Height;
Then all you need to do is add it to whatever Container you have set in your XAML. Suppose it's a Grid called LayoutRoot, you'd use
LayoutRoot.Children.Add(polygon);
I leave you to add the isBold stuff because that's so similar.
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