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GetBCurveParams4 Method (ICurve)

Obsolete. Superseded by ICurve::GetBCurveParams5.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetBCurveParams4( _
   ByVal WantCubicIn As Boolean, _
   ByVal WantNRational As Boolean, _
   ByVal ForceNonPeriodic As Boolean, _
   ByVal IsClosed As Boolean _
) As Object
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICurve
Dim WantCubicIn As Boolean
Dim WantNRational As Boolean
Dim ForceNonPeriodic As Boolean
Dim IsClosed As Boolean
Dim value As Object
 
value = instance.GetBCurveParams4(WantCubicIn, WantNRational, ForceNonPeriodic, IsClosed)
C# 
object GetBCurveParams4( 
   bool WantCubicIn,
   bool WantNRational,
   bool ForceNonPeriodic,
   bool IsClosed
)
C++/CLI 
Object^ GetBCurveParams4( 
&   bool WantCubicIn,
&   bool WantNRational,
&   bool ForceNonPeriodic,
&   bool IsClosed
) 

Parameters

WantCubicIn

True returns cubic rational parameters, false does not

WantNRational

True returns cubic rational parameters, false does not

ForceNonPeriodic

True converts the periodic curve to nonperiodic, false does not

IsClosed
True for closed curves, false otherwise

Return Value

Array describing the parameters of the curve

Example

Remarks

To control the accuracy of the curve data, see IModeler::SetToleranceValue.

The return value is an array of doubles. The array size is ( 2 + numKnots + numControlPointDoubles) where numKnots is (numControlPoints + order). The array is as follows:

[ packedDouble1, packedDouble2, knot1, knot2,..., ControlPoint1[Dimension], ControlPoint2[Dimension],... ]

where:

  • packedDouble1 is an integer pair containing the Dimension and Order

  • packedDouble2  is an integer pair containing the NumControlPoints and Periodicity

  • knot1

  • knot2

...

  • ControlPoint1[dimension]

  • ControlPoint2[dimension]

...

The size of the control point array is based on the curve dimension returned in packedDouble1:

  •   If Dimension = 3, then ControlPoint is an array of 3 doubles ( x, y, z )

  •   If Dimension = 4, then ControlPoint is an array of 4 doubles ( x, y, z, w ) where w = weight

 

The size of the knot array (NumKnots) is based on the Order returned in packedDouble1, and NumControlPoints and Periodicity returned in packedDouble2 as follows:

  • if Periodicity = 1, NumKnots = NumControlPoints + 1
  • if Periodicity != 1, NumKnots = NumControlPoints + Order
 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2009 SP2, Revision Number 17.2


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