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<?xml version="1.0"?> <doc>    <assembly>        <name>Point</name>    </assembly>    <members>        <member name="T:Graphics.Point">            <remarks>Class <c>Point</c> models a point in a two-dimensional            plane.            </remarks>        </member>

       <member name="F:Graphics.Point.x">            <summary>Instance variable <c>x</c> represents the point's            x-coordinate.</summary>        </member>

       <member name="F:Graphics.Point.y">            <summary>Instance variable <c>y</c> represents the point's            y-coordinate.</summary>        </member>

       <member name="M:Graphics.Point.#ctor">            <summary>This constructor initializes the new Point to        (0,0).</summary>        </member>

       <member name="M:Graphics.Point.#ctor(System.Int32,System.Int32)">            <summary>This constructor initializes the new Point to            (<paramref name="xor"/>,<paramref name="yor"/>).</summary>            <param><c>xor</c> is the new Point's x-coordinate.</param>            <param><c>yor</c> is the new Point's y-coordinate.</param>        </member>

       <member name="M:Graphics.Point.Move(System.Int32,System.Int32)">            <summary>This method changes the point's location to            the given coordinates.</summary>            <param><c>xor</c> is the new x-coordinate.</param>            <param><c>yor</c> is the new y-coordinate.</param>            <see cref="M:Graphics.Point.Translate(System.Int32,System.Int32)"/>        </member>

       <member            name="M:Graphics.Point.Translate(System.Int32,System.Int32)">            <summary>This method changes the point's location by            the given x- and y-offsets.            <example>For example:            <code>            Point p = new Point(3,5);            p.Translate(-1,3);            </code>            results in <c>p</c>'s having the value (2,8).            </example>            </summary>            <param><c>xor</c> is the relative x-offset.</param>            <param><c>yor</c> is the relative y-offset.</param>            <see cref="M:Graphics.Point.Move(System.Int32,System.Int32)"/>        </member>

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