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Vector graphics are composed by layering graphic primitives whose position and/or shape is determined from arbitrarily transformable vector data:
Vector graphics are composed by layering graphic primitives whose position and/or shape is determined from arbitrarily transformable vector data:Editors
Vector graphic editors interactively create and manipulate these layers. All have a way to choose and change the state used to render the graphic:and change the size (scaling), location (translation), and orientation (rotation) of the graphic as well. Some support gradient-fills, path-alignment, alpha-transparency, and anti-aliasing.
Vector graphic libraries are for rendering these graphic primitives. Vector graphic frameworks are partial applications one can use to construct custom interfaces with embedded vector graphic capability.
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