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GetBendLineValues Method (INote)

Obsolete. Superseded by INote::GetBendLineValues2.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetBendLineValues( _
   ByRef Up As Boolean, _
   ByRef Angle As Double, _
   ByRef Radius As Double, _
   ByRef StartPt As MathPoint, _
   ByRef EndPt As MathPoint _
) As Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As INote
Dim Up As Boolean
Dim Angle As Double
Dim Radius As Double
Dim StartPt As MathPoint
Dim EndPt As MathPoint
Dim value As Boolean
value = instance.GetBendLineValues(Up, Angle, Radius, StartPt, EndPt)
bool GetBendLineValues( 
   out bool Up,
   out double Angle,
   out double Radius,
   out MathPoint StartPt,
   out MathPoint EndPt
bool GetBendLineValues( 
&   [Out] bool Up,
&   [Out] double Angle,
&   [Out] double Radius,
&   [Out] MathPoint^ StartPt,
&   [Out] MathPoint^ EndPt


True if the bend is up, false if the bend is down

Angle of the bend


Radius of the bend


Start point of the bend line


End point of the bend line

Return Value

True if the note is a bend note, false if not



See Also


SolidWorisk 2007 SP2, Revision Number 15.2

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