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Selecting GDI Objects

Many drawing functions that operate on device contexts require that you select a GDI object into the device context first. To select a GDI object into a device context, use the CDC::SelectObject member function. This member function has several overloaded versions that enable you to select an object of type CPen, CBrush, CFont, CBitmap, or CRgn into the device context.

Selecting a pen into a device context is required for functions that draw lines. These include simple line drawing functions (such as Line, Arc) as well as functions that draw shapes, as the contour of shapes is drawn using the current pen.

Selecting a brush is required when a shape (for example, Ellipse, Rectangle) is drawn. The brush will be used to fill the interior of the shape.

Select an object of type CFont into a device context if you wish to draw text using a specific font.

To use memory device contexts, you must select a CBitmap object into them. The CBitmap object must represent either a monochrome bitmap or a bitmap that is compatible with the device context.

Selecting a CRgn object into a device context sets the clipping region of the device context to the specified region. Doing this is equivalent to calling the CDC::SelectClipRgn member function.

In many situations, it is expected that when you are finished using a device context, you restore its previous state including any previous GDI object selections. There are two ways of doing this. You can save the return value of SelectObject (which is usually a pointer to a CPen, CBrush, CFont, or CBitmap object representing the previous selection) and use it in a subsequent call to SelectObject. Alternatively, you can use the SaveDC and RestoreDC member functions. In either case, it is your responsibility to delete any GDI objects you created once they are no longer in use.

A variant of SelectObject is SelectStockObject; this CDC member function enables you to select a GDI stock object into the device context.


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