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IGetBCurveParamsSize3 Method (ICurve)

Gets the b-curve size.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function IGetBCurveParamsSize3( _
   ByVal WantCubicIn As Boolean, _
   ByVal WantNRational As Boolean, _
   ByVal ForceNonPeriodic As Boolean _
) As Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICurve
Dim WantCubicIn As Boolean
Dim WantNRational As Boolean
Dim ForceNonPeriodic As Boolean
Dim value As Integer
value = instance.IGetBCurveParamsSize3(WantCubicIn, WantNRational, ForceNonPeriodic)
int IGetBCurveParamsSize3( 
   bool WantCubicIn,
   bool WantNRational,
   bool ForceNonPeriodic
int IGetBCurveParamsSize3( 
&   bool WantCubicIn,
&   bool WantNRational,
&   bool ForceNonPeriodic



True for cubic curves, false if not


True for non-rational curves, false if not


True converts the curve to nonperiodic and returns parameters, false does not

Return Value

Size of the data set returned by ICurve::IGetBCurveParams3


Use this method to control the type of information returned in the subsequent call to ICurve::IGetBCurveParams3.

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


See Also


SolidWorks 2007 SP5, Revision Number 15.5

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