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AddPropertyExtension Method (IFeature)

Stores a float, string, or integer value on a feature.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function AddPropertyExtension( _
   ByVal PropertyExtension As Object _
) As Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IFeature
Dim PropertyExtension As Object
Dim value As Integer
 
value = instance.AddPropertyExtension(PropertyExtension)
C# 
int AddPropertyExtension( 
   object PropertyExtension
)
C++/CLI 
int AddPropertyExtension( 
&   Object^ PropertyExtension
) 

Parameters

PropertyExtension
Value to store on the feature

Return Value

Unique identifier returned to allow you to access the property extension; -1 if the property cannot be set

Remarks

SolidWorks recommends that you use the IAttribute, IAttributeDef, or IParameter objects instead of this methods. These classes are newer and provide more flexibility.

To use this method you must first define the object type (float, string, or integer), give your variable a value, and then call this method to place the value on the feature for future reference.

 

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