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# draw3DRect, drawArc

## draw3DRect, drawArc

(OP)
Hello everyone, I will probably have more questions, I 'm a total beginner in java graphics(I know java a little), and I would like to ask you, the first two integers what represent if not the width and height? I mean x and y. And the last ones in drawArc, what are they exactly? Thank you.

### RE: draw3DRect, drawArc

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x - the x coordinate of the upper-left corner of the arc to be drawn.
y - the y coordinate of the upper-left corner of the arc to be drawn.
width - the width of the arc to be drawn.
height - the height of the arc to be drawn.
startAngle - the beginning angle.
arcAngle - the angular extent of the arc, relative to the start angle.

Cheers,
Dian

### RE: draw3DRect, drawArc

(OP)
Thank you so much! I didn't understand a few things, though. When we say the width and height of the arc, we mean the width and height of the parallelogram that contains the arc? And I don't understand the last angle, can you expaint it to me please?

### RE: draw3DRect, drawArc

Yes to the first question. For the second, take a look at this

Cheers,
Dian

### RE: draw3DRect, drawArc

(OP)
Thank you! I'll check it

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