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draw pixel at position that is float

 
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Hello, I wanted to draw a pixel at position 1.6 and I am using method g.drawLine(x,y,x,y); but it needs ints in it how can I draw at position that includes floating points?
 
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The coordinate system is in pixels, so how can you draw a pixel at a location that spans to pixels?
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:The coordinate system is in pixels, so how can you draw a pixel at a location that spans to pixels?


Ok may be I wrote not correctly I need to draw a point but 1 site call points as pixels that is why I am calling them like this as well
 
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Same thing. A point maps to a pixel position on screen.

For simulating subpixel resolution, look into the *2D classes (Point2D, Line2D ...) along with Graphics2D and RenderingHints.
 
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