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PANDA_ADDLINESEGMENT(3)				       PANDA_ADDLINESEGMENT(3)

NAME
       panda_addlinesegment  - add a straight segment to the line shape	we are
       drawing

SYNOPSIS
	#include<panda/constants.h>
	#include<panda/functions.h>
	void panda_addlinesegment (panda_page *	target,	int x, int y);

DESCRIPTION
       Add a point to the shape	we are currently drawing with a	straight  line
       between the current cursor location and (x,y).

RETURNS
       Nothing

EXAMPLE
	#include<panda/constants.h>
	#include<panda/functions.h>
	panda_pdf *document;
	panda_page *page;
	panda_init();
	document = panda_open("filename.pdf", "w");
	page = panda_newpage (document,	panda_pagesize_a4);
	panda_setlinestart (page, 100, 200);
	panda_addlinesegment (page, 200, 200);

SEE ALSO
       panda_setlinestart,  panda_addcubiccurvesegment,	panda_addquadraticseg-
       mentone,	panda_addquadraticcurvesegmenttwo, panda_closeline, panda_rec-
       tangle,	panda_endline,	panda_strokeline,  panda_fillline,  panda_set-
       linewidth,  panda_setlinecap,   panda_setlinejoin,   panda_setlinedash,
       panda_setfillcolor, panda_setlinecolor

VERSION
       This  documentation  was	 generated  for	 Panda	0.5.2  by  autodocbook
       (http://www.stillhq.com).

AUTHOR
       Panda is	under development by Michael  Still  (mikal@stillhq.com).  All
       code is Copyright Michael Still 2000 - 2003,  and is released under the
       GNU GPL.	Code submissions are welcomed. Contact Michael at the  address
       above if	you have something you would like to contribute.

BUGS
       There   are  no	known  bugs  in	Panda. If you find one,	please contact
       mikal@stillhq.com and let me know.

				  28 May 2003	       PANDA_ADDLINESEGMENT(3)

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