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A path may be composed of any number of figures (subpaths). Each figure is either composed of a sequence of connected lines and curves or a geometric shape primitive. The starting point of a figure is the first point in the sequence of connected lines and curves. The ending point is the last point in the sequence. The starting and ending points of a geometric shape primitive are defined by the primitive specification.
A figure that consists of a sequence of connected lines and curves (whose starting and ending points may be coincident) is an open figure, unless it is closed explicitly. A figure can be closed explicitly, by using the CloseFigure method, which closes the current figure by connecting a line from the ending point to the starting point. A figure that consists of a geometric shape primitive is a closed figure.
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