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GetLength3 Method (ICurve)

Gets the length of a curve between the specified parameters.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetLength3( _
   ByVal StartParam As Double, _
   ByVal EndParam As Double _
) As Double
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICurve
Dim StartParam As Double
Dim EndParam As Double
Dim value As Double
value = instance.GetLength3(StartParam, EndParam)
double GetLength3( 
   double StartParam,
   double EndParam
double GetLength3( 
&   double StartParam,
&   double EndParam


Start parameter
End parameter

Return Value

Length of the curve between the two parameters


This method returns the length of the holding (e.g., trimmed) curve and not the base curve. The now obsolete ICurve::Length2 returned the length of the base curve.


See Also


SolidWorks 2008 SP1, Revision Number 16.1

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