Function

CGPathMoveToPoint

Starts a new subpath at a specified location in a mutable graphics path.

Declaration

void CGPathMoveToPoint(CGMutablePathRef path, const CGAffineTransform *m, CGFloat x, CGFloat y);

Parameters

path

The mutable path to change.

m

A pointer to an affine transformation matrix, or NULL if no transformation is needed. If specified, Core Graphics applies the transformation to the point before changing the path.

x

The x-coordinate of the new location.

y

The y-coordinate of the new location.

Discussion

This function ends the subpath already in progress (if any) and starts a new subpath, initializing the starting point and the current point to the specified location (x,y) after an optional transformation.

See Also

Modifying Core Graphics Paths

CGPathAddArc

Appends an arc to a mutable graphics path, possibly preceded by a straight line segment.

CGPathAddRelativeArc

Appends an arc to a mutable graphics path, possibly preceded by a straight line segment.

CGPathAddArcToPoint

Appends an arc to a mutable graphics path, possibly preceded by a straight line segment.

CGPathAddCurveToPoint

Appends a cubic Bézier curve to a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddLines

Appends an array of new line segments to a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddLineToPoint

Appends a line segment to a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddPath

Appends a path to onto a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddQuadCurveToPoint

Appends a quadratic Bézier curve to a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddRect

Appends a rectangle to a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddRects

Appends an array of rectangles to a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddRoundedRect

Appends a rounded rectangle to a mutable graphics path.

CGPathApply

For each element in a graphics path, calls a custom applier function.

CGPathCloseSubpath

Closes and completes a subpath in a mutable graphics path.

CGPathAddEllipseInRect

Adds to a path an ellipse that fits inside a rectangle.

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