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Returns the min / max location and values for the image

Namespace: Emgu.CV
Assembly: Emgu.CV (in Emgu.CV.dll) Version: 2.4.10.1935 (2.4.10.1935)

Syntax

C#
public void MinMax(
	out double[] minValues,
	out double[] maxValues,
	out Point[] minLocations,
	out Point[] maxLocations
)
Visual Basic
Public Sub MinMax ( 
	<OutAttribute> ByRef minValues As Double(),
	<OutAttribute> ByRef maxValues As Double(),
	<OutAttribute> ByRef minLocations As Point(),
	<OutAttribute> ByRef maxLocations As Point()
)
Visual C++
public:
virtual void MinMax(
	[OutAttribute] array<double>^% minValues, 
	[OutAttribute] array<double>^% maxValues, 
	[OutAttribute] array<Point>^% minLocations, 
	[OutAttribute] array<Point>^% maxLocations
) sealed
F#
abstract MinMax : 
        minValues : float[] byref * 
        maxValues : float[] byref * 
        minLocations : Point[] byref * 
        maxLocations : Point[] byref -> unit 
override MinMax : 
        minValues : float[] byref * 
        maxValues : float[] byref * 
        minLocations : Point[] byref * 
        maxLocations : Point[] byref -> unit 

Parameters

minValues
Type: array<System..::..Double>[]()[][]%
The minimum values for each channel
maxValues
Type: array<System..::..Double>[]()[][]%
The maximum values for each channel
minLocations
Type: array<System.Drawing..::..Point>[]()[][]%
The minimum locations for each channel
maxLocations
Type: array<System.Drawing..::..Point>[]()[][]%
The maximum locations for each channel

Implements

IImage..::..MinMax(array<Double>[]()[][]%, array<Double>[]()[][]%, array<Point>[]()[][]%, array<Point>[]()[][]%)

See Also