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ExternalState Property (ISimulationMotorFeatureData)

Gets or sets whether your application can listen to the specified motion study event.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Property ExternalState As Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISimulationMotorFeatureData
Dim value As Boolean
 
instance.ExternalState = value
 
value = instance.ExternalState
C# 
bool ExternalState {get; set;}
C++/CLI 
property bool ExternalState {
   bool get();
   void set (bool value);
}

Return Value

True to listen to IMotionStudy MotorTimeStepChangeNotify, false to not

Remarks

When a motor's state is set to external, IMotionStudy MotorTimeStepChangeNotify is called with the motor name, time, and a pointer for the return value. This event is called at every major step from ADAMS. You can implement any motion law after catching this event. The return value is a double that specifies the new motor speed.

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2008 SP1, Revision Number 16.1


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