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DX transformed (rotated) 2D line drawing

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This line gets drawn...
// Line width = 1
	D3DXVECTOR2 line[2];
	line[0].x = displayleft;
	line[1].x = displayright;
	line[0].y = displaytop;
	line[1].y = displaybottom;
	d3dxline->Draw(line, 2, linecolours[0]);



But these don't at all. So I'm wondering what I'm doing wrong here and how to use the rotation variable? If for example I wanted to rotate the line 45 degrees, would rotation value have to be 45.0f or something between 0 and 1?
		D3DXVECTOR3 line_z[2];
		line_z[0].x = displayleft;
		line_z[1].x = displayright;
		line_z[0].y = displaytop;
		line_z[1].y = displaybottom;
		line_z[0].z = 1.0f; // Also tried 0.5f and 0.0f
		line_z[1].z = 1.0f; // Also tried 0.5f and 0.0f
		D3DXVECTOR2 beamcenter(7, current_line.bottom - current_line.top);
		float rotation = 0.3f;
		D3DXMATRIX matrix; // Build our matrix to rotate, scale and position our sprite
		for(; i < 7; ++i)
		{
			++line_z[0].x;
			++line_z[1].x;
			D3DXVECTOR2 translation(line_z[0].x, displaytop); // Screen position of the beam
			// out, scaling center, scaling rotation, scaling, rotation center, rotation, translation
			D3DXMatrixTransformation2D(&matrix,NULL,0.0,NULL,&beamcenter,rotation,&translation);
			d3dxline->DrawTransform(line_z, 2, &matrix, linecolours);
		}



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