Derives from Xceed.Wpf.Toolkit.Primitives.ShapeBase
Draws an arcing segment of a circle, letting developers display data in an easily digestible format, such as in pie charts, or even in things such as pie clocks and pie progress indicators.
The Pie shape is a WPF shape that represents a portion of an ellipse. It is in the same shape as a slice of pie (hence the name). More precisely, the Pie shape is represented as either a full ellipse (Slice = 1.0), nothing (Slice = 0.0), or an arc of an ellipse
joined to its center by two line segments.
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||Gets the geometry object defining the pie shape.
||Gets or sets the end angle (in degrees, with 0 on the right) of the pie.
||Gets the identity transform, since pie objects do not use geometry transforms.
||Gets or sets the PieMode(Manual, EndAngle, Slice). By default, Manual.
||Gets the geometry of the rendered pie.
||Gets or sets the size of the slice (0 to 1, 1 being a full circle).
||Gets or sets the start angle (in degrees, with 0 on the right) of the pie.
||Gets or sets the direction of the pie(Clockwise, counterClockwise) when going from StartAngle to EndAngle. By default, Counterclockwise.