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Graph IDE ► Basic Graphics

A basic graphic is a graphic which has a single major graphic property and also has draw-related attributes. The exception is a Group graphic, which can be a collection of any type of graphic, but for which does not have any major graphic property apart from those of its elements.

The figure below shows examples of a basic graphics.

The following is a brief list and definition of basic graphics:

SectionDescription
CircleA circle which can be transformed into an ellipse and also has associated attributes, such as wedge angles and graphic attributes.
Cubic BezierA Cubic Bezier is a sequence of connected Cubic Bezier sections to form an open or closed curve.
CurveA Curve is either an line, elbow, or curved elbow with end caps and can be used for pointing to something.
GroupA Group is a collection of graphics.
ImageAn Image is a raster or vector representation of a graphic.
LabelA Label is a single line of text all of the same font and color.
LineA Line is a line segment.
PathA sequence of operations and operands which define a drawn figure.
PolygonA Polygon is a sequence of connected line segments to form an open or closed polygon or other related shape.
RectangleA rectangle which can be transformed into a parallelogram and also has associated attributes, such as corner radius to produce an oval, and graphic attributes.



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