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GetSelectedObjectsComponent3 Method (ISelectionMgr)

Gets the component of the selected object in assembly mode.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetSelectedObjectsComponent3( _
   ByVal Index As Integer, _
   ByVal Mark As Integer _
) As Component2
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISelectionMgr
Dim Index As Integer
Dim Mark As Integer
Dim value As Component2
 
value = instance.GetSelectedObjectsComponent3(Index, Mark)
C# 
Component2 GetSelectedObjectsComponent3( 
   int Index,
   int Mark
)
C++/CLI 
Component2^ GetSelectedObjectsComponent3( 
&   int Index,
&   int Mark
) 

Parameters

Index

Index position with in the current list of selected items, where AtIndex ranges from 1 to ISelectionMgr::GetSelectedObjectCount2 (see Remarks)

Mark
  • -1 = All selections regardless of marks
  • 0 = only the selections without marks

  • Any other value = Value that was used to mark and select an object

  • Return Value

    Component

    Example

    Remarks

    The index starts at 1, even when using C++. However, if you specify -1 for the Index argument, then the Mark argument is ignored and the dynamically highlighted component is selected if dynamic highlighting is turned on. See also IAssemblyDoc event DynamicHighlightNotify.

     

    See Also

    Availability

    SolidWorks 2006 FCS, Revision Number 14.0


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