Instance Method


Appends an arc to the receiver’s path.


func addArc(withCenter center: CGPoint, radius: CGFloat, startAngle: CGFloat, endAngle: CGFloat, clockwise: Bool)



Specifies the center point of the circle (in the current coordinate system) used to define the arc.


Specifies the radius of the circle used to define the arc.


Specifies the starting angle of the arc (measured in radians).


Specifies the end angle of the arc (measured in radians).


The direction in which to draw the arc.


This method adds the specified arc beginning at the current point. The created arc lies on the perimeter of the specified circle. When drawn in the default coordinate system, the start and end angles are based on the unit circle shown in Figure 1. For example, specifying a start angle of 0 radians, an end angle of π radians, and setting the clockwise parameter to true draws the bottom half of the circle. However, specifying the same start and end angles but setting the clockwise parameter set to false draws the top half of the circle.

After calling this method, the current point is set to the point on the arc at the end angle of the circle.

See Also

Constructing a Path

func move(to: CGPoint)

Moves the receiver’s current point to the specified location.

func addLine(to: CGPoint)

Appends a straight line to the receiver’s path.

func addCurve(to: CGPoint, controlPoint1: CGPoint, controlPoint2: CGPoint)

Appends a cubic Bézier curve to the receiver’s path.

func addQuadCurve(to: CGPoint, controlPoint: CGPoint)

Appends a quadratic Bézier curve to the receiver’s path.

func close()

Closes the most recently added subpath.

func removeAllPoints()

Removes all points from the receiver, effectively deleting all subpaths.

func append(UIBezierPath)

Appends the contents of the specified path object to the receiver’s path.

var cgPath: CGPath

The Core Graphics representation of the path.

var currentPoint: CGPoint

The current point in the graphics path.