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DashPathEffect

public class DashPathEffect
extends PathEffect

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.graphics.PathEffect
     ↳ android.graphics.DashPathEffect


Summary

Public constructors

DashPathEffect(float[] intervals, float phase)

The intervals array must contain an even number of entries (>=2), with the even indices specifying the "on" intervals, and the odd indices specifying the "off" intervals.

Inherited methods

From class android.graphics.PathEffect
From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

DashPathEffect

added in API level 1
DashPathEffect (float[] intervals, 
                float phase)

The intervals array must contain an even number of entries (>=2), with the even indices specifying the "on" intervals, and the odd indices specifying the "off" intervals. phase is an offset into the intervals array (mod the sum of all of the intervals). The intervals array controls the length of the dashes. The paint's strokeWidth controls the thickness of the dashes. Note: this patheffect only affects drawing with the paint's style is set to STROKE or FILL_AND_STROKE. It is ignored if the drawing is done with style == FILL.

Parameters
intervals float: array of ON and OFF distances

phase float: offset into the intervals array

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