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IIsCoincident Method (IFace2)

Gets whether this face and the specified face, which is located on a different body, are coincident.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function IIsCoincident( _
   ByVal FaceIn As Face2, _
   ByVal Tolerance As Double _
) As Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IFace2
Dim FaceIn As Face2
Dim Tolerance As Double
Dim value As Integer
 
value = instance.IIsCoincident(FaceIn, Tolerance)
C# 
int IIsCoincident( 
   Face2 FaceIn,
   double Tolerance
)
C++/CLI 
int IIsCoincident( 
&   Face2^ FaceIn,
&   double Tolerance
) 

Parameters

FaceIn
Face located on a different body
Tolerance
Tolerance

Return Value

Result as defined in swFaceCoincidentResult_e (see Remarks)

Remarks

For two faces to be considered coincident, they must have similar corresponding loops and all points on one face must be within the specified tolerance of the other face, and vice versa.

 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2007 SP3, Revision Number 15.3


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