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How to: Create a Circular Gauge

This example shows how to create a circular gauge in code. The image below shows the result:

In the example, a circular gauge is created using the ASPxGaugeControl.AddGauge method. The default elements (a scale, background layer, needle and spindle cap) are added to the circular gauge via the CircularGauge.AddDefaultElements method. Then, some of them are customized in a specific manner.

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