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 * Copyright (C) 2012 The Android Open Source Project
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 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package com.jakewharton.nineoldandroids.sample.pathanimation;

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collection;

 * A simple Path object that holds information about the points along
 * a path. The API allows you to specify a move location (which essentially
 * jumps from the previous point in the path to the new one), a line location
 * (which creates a line segment from the previous location) and a curve
 * location (which creates a cubic B?zier curve from the previous location).
public class AnimatorPath {

    // The points in the path
    ArrayList<PathPoint> mPoints = new ArrayList<PathPoint>();

     * Move from the current path point to the new one
     * specified by x and y. This will create a discontinuity if this point is
     * neither the first point in the path nor the same as the previous point
     * in the path.
    public void moveTo(float x, float y) {
        mPoints.add(PathPoint.moveTo(x, y));

     * Create a straight line from the current path point to the new one
     * specified by x and y.
    public void lineTo(float x, float y) {
        mPoints.add(PathPoint.lineTo(x, y));

     * Create a cubic B?zier curve from the current path point to the new one
     * specified by x and y. The curve uses the current path location as the first anchor
     * point, the control points (c0X, c0Y) and (c1X, c1Y), and (x, y) as the end anchor point.
    public void curveTo(float c0X, float c0Y, float c1X, float c1Y, float x, float y) {
        mPoints.add(PathPoint.curveTo(c0X, c0Y, c1X, c1Y, x, y));

     * Returns a Collection of PathPoint objects that describe all points in the path.
    public Collection<PathPoint> getPoints() {
        return mPoints;

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