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The Q3CanvasEllipse class provides an ellipse or ellipse segment on a Q3Canvas. More...

#include <Q3CanvasEllipse>

**This class is part of the Qt 3 support library.** It is provided to keep old source code working. We strongly advise against using it in new code. See Porting to Qt 4 for more information.

Inherits Q3CanvasPolygonalItem.

**Q3CanvasEllipse**( Q3Canvas **canvas*)- int
**angleLength**() const - int
**angleStart**() const - int
**height**() const - virtual int
**rtti**() const - int
**width**() const

- 8 public functions inherited from Q3CanvasPolygonalItem
- 34 public functions inherited from Q3CanvasItem

- virtual void
**drawShape**( QPainter &*p*)

- 6 protected functions inherited from Q3CanvasPolygonalItem
- 1 protected function inherited from Q3CanvasItem

The Q3CanvasEllipse class provides an ellipse or ellipse segment on a Q3Canvas.

A canvas item that paints an ellipse or ellipse segment with a QBrush. The ellipse's height, width, start angle and angle length can be set at construction time. The size can be changed at runtime with setSize(), and the angles can be changed (if you're displaying an ellipse segment rather than a whole ellipse) with setAngles().

Note that angles are specified in 16ths of a degree.

If a start angle and length angle are set then an ellipse segment will be drawn. The start angle is the angle that goes from zero in a counter-clockwise direction (shown in green in the diagram). The length angle is the angle from the start angle in a counter-clockwise direction (shown in blue in the diagram). The blue segment is the segment of the ellipse that would be drawn. If no start angle and length angle are specified the entire ellipse is drawn.

The ellipse can be drawn on a painter with drawShape().

Like any other canvas item ellipses can be moved with move() and moveBy(), or by setting coordinates with setX(), setY() and setZ().

Note: Q3CanvasEllipse does not use the pen.

See also QtCanvas and Porting to Graphics View.

Constructs a 32x32 ellipse, centered at (0, 0) on *canvas*.

Constructs a *width* by *height* pixel ellipse, centered at (0, 0) on *canvas*.

Constructs a *width* by *height* pixel ellipse, centered at (0, 0) on *canvas*. Only a segment of the ellipse is drawn, starting at angle *startangle*, and extending for angle *angle* (the angle length).

Note that angles are specified in sixteenths of a degree.

Destroys the ellipse.

Returns the length angle (the extent of the ellipse segment) in 16ths of a degree. Initially this will be 360 * 16 (a complete ellipse).

See also setAngles() and angleStart().

Returns the start angle in 16ths of a degree. Initially this will be 0.

See also setAngles() and angleLength().

Draws the ellipse, centered at x(), y() using the painter *p*.

Note that Q3CanvasEllipse does not support an outline (the pen is always NoPen).

Reimplemented from Q3CanvasPolygonalItem.

Returns the height of the ellipse.

Returns 6 (Q3CanvasItem::Rtti_Ellipse).

Reimplemented from Q3CanvasItem.

See also Q3CanvasItem::rtti().

Sets the angles for the ellipse. The start angle is *start* and the extent of the segment is *length* (the angle length) from the *start*. The angles are specified in 16ths of a degree. By default the ellipse will start at 0 and have an angle length of 360 * 16 (a complete ellipse).

See also angleStart() and angleLength().

Sets the *width* and *height* of the ellipse.

Returns the width of the ellipse.

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