Point A point containing integer values.
 Hierarchy
```System.Object
System.ValueType
WebSupergoo.ImageGlue8.Point
```
 Notes

This class is sealed. It cannot be derived from.

 Methods
 Method Description Point Constructs a point from an integer. S» Add Gets a new Point containing the sum of coordinates of a supplied point and size. S» Ceiling Returns a new Point copied from the supplied PointF. Coordinates will be rounded to the nearest larger integer. Equals Determines whether the specified object is a Point, value identical to this one. S» FromArray Converts an array of numbers into an array of points. GetHashCode Gets a hash code for the Point. Offset Translates a point horizontally and vertically. S» Round Returns a new Point copied from the supplied PointF. Coordinates will be rounded to the nearest integer. Scale Scales the point. S» Subtract Gets a new Point consisting of the coordinates of a supplied point with the size element subtracted from it. ToString Converts the object to a string representation such as 'X=10, Y=20'. S» Truncate Returns a new Point copied from the supplied PointF. Coordinates will be truncated to integers. S» Tween Find a point between two other points using linear interpolation.
 Operators
 Operator Description Addition Add two Points returning the vector sum. Division Divide a vector Point by a scalar. Equality Determines if two Point's refer to the same location. Explicit (Size) Converts this object to another type via an explicit cast. Implicit (PointF) Converts this object to another type via an implicit cast. Inequality Determines if two Point's do not refer to the same location. Multiply Multiply a vector Point by a scalar. Subtraction Subtract the components of one Point from another. UnaryNegation Unary negative of a vector point.
 Properties
 Property Description IsEmpty Determines if the point is empty. X The horizontal component of the Point. Increasing values move to the right. Y The vertical component of the Point. Increasing values move down.
 Fields
 Field Description Empty The empty point.
 Example

None.