Gets the types of the corresponding points in the PathPoints array.
Assembly: System.Drawing (in System.Drawing.dll)
The array of bytes returned by theproperty specifies point types and flags for the data points in a path. For each point, bits 0 through 2 indicate the type of a point, and bits 3 through 7 hold a set of flags that specify the attributes of a point. The following table shows possible values and their meanings.
Indicates that the point is the start of a figure.
Indicates that the point is one of the two endpoints of a line.
Indicates that the point is an endpoint or control point of a cubic Bézier spline.
Masks all bits except for the three low-order bits, which indicate the point type.
Specifies that the point is a marker.
Specifies that the point is the last point in a closed subpath (figure).
Available since 1.1