iText 8.0.2 API

The line join style specifies the shape to be used at the corners of paths that are stroked. More...
Static Public Attributes 

const int  MITER = 0 
The outer edges of the strokes for the two segments are extended until they meet at an angle, as in a picture frame. More... 

const int  ROUND = 1 
An arc of a circle with a diameter equal to the line width is drawn around the point where the two segments meet, connecting the outer edges of the strokes for the two segments. More... 

const int  BEVEL = 2 
The two segments are finished with butt caps ( More... 

The line join style specifies the shape to be used at the corners of paths that are stroked.
The line join style specifies the shape to be used at the corners of paths that are stroked. Join styles are significant only at points where consecutive segments of a path connect at an angle; segments that meet or intersect fortuitously receive no special treatment. All documentation for this class is taken from ISO 320001, section 8.4.3.4 "Line Join Style".

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The two segments are finished with butt caps (

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The outer edges of the strokes for the two segments are extended until they meet at an angle, as in a picture frame.
The outer edges of the strokes for the two segments are extended until they meet at an angle, as in a picture frame. If the segments meet at too sharp an angle, a bevel join is used instead.

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An arc of a circle with a diameter equal to the line width is drawn around the point where the two segments meet, connecting the outer edges of the strokes for the two segments.
An arc of a circle with a diameter equal to the line width is drawn around the point where the two segments meet, connecting the outer edges of the strokes for the two segments. This piesliceshaped figure is filled in, producing a rounded corner.