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InsertCurveFilePoint Method (IModelDoc2)

Creates a 3D-reference curve when called between a set of related functions.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function InsertCurveFilePoint( _
   ByVal X As Double, _
   ByVal Y As Double, _
   ByVal Z As Double _
) As Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModelDoc2
Dim X As Double
Dim Y As Double
Dim Z As Double
Dim value As Boolean
value = instance.InsertCurveFilePoint(X, Y, Z)
bool InsertCurveFilePoint( 
   double X,
   double Y,
   double Z
bool InsertCurveFilePoint( 
&   double X,
&   double Y,
&   double Z



X value for the point


Y value for the point


Z value for the point

Return Value

True if this call is successful, false if not


This method:

  • sets the curve points for the 3D-reference curve.

  • is one of the methods called in a set of related functions that allow you to create a 3D-reference curve.

IModelDoc2::InsertCurveFileBegin and IModelDoc2::InsertCurveFileEnd should enclose all of your calls to this method. For example:


Part.InsertCurveFilePoint 0.3048, 0.6096, 0.9144

Part.InsertCurveFilePoint 0.6096, 0.9144, 1.2192

Part.InsertCurveFilePoint 0.9144, 1.2192, 1.524

Part.InsertCurveFilePoint 1.2192, 1.524, 1.8288



See Also


SolidWorks 2001Plus FCS, Revision Number 10.0

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