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GetArcAtIndex Method (IDatumTag)

Gets information for the specified arc for this datum tag.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetArcAtIndex( _
   ByVal Index As Integer _
) As Object
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IDatumTag
Dim Index As Integer
Dim value As Object
 
value = instance.GetArcAtIndex(Index)
C# 
object GetArcAtIndex( 
   int Index
)
C++/CLI 
Object^ GetArcAtIndex( 
&   int Index
) 

Parameters

Index

Index of the arc; index begins at 0

Return Value

Array of doubles (see Remarks)

Remarks

The return value is the following array of doubles :

[ lineType, startPt[3], endPt[3], centerPt[3], rotationDir ]

where:

lineType

Line type as defined in swLineTypes_e

startPt[3]

XYZ arc start point

endPt[3]

XYZ arc end point

centerPt[3]

XYZ arc center point

rotationDir

Boolean returned as a double that represents the rotation direction, where CCW = True and CW = false

 

Before calling this method, call IDatumTag::GetArcCount to find out the number of arcs in this datum tag.

 

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