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SetSelectedObjectMark Method (ISelectionMgr)

Sets the mark value for the specified selection.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function SetSelectedObjectMark( _
   ByVal AtIndex As Integer, _
   ByVal Mark As Integer, _
   ByVal Action As Integer _
) As Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISelectionMgr
Dim AtIndex As Integer
Dim Mark As Integer
Dim Action As Integer
Dim value As Boolean
value = instance.SetSelectedObjectMark(AtIndex, Mark, Action)
bool SetSelectedObjectMark( 
   int AtIndex,
   int Mark,
   int Action
bool SetSelectedObjectMark( 
&   int AtIndex,
&   int Mark,
&   int Action


Index position with in the current list of selected items, where AtIndex ranges from 1 to ISelectionMgr::GetSelectedObjectCount2 (see Remarks)

Number used as a mark for the selected item indexed; this number is used by certain API functions that require ordered entity selection


Action to take as defined in swSelectionMarkAction_e

Return Value

True if the selection is successfully set, false if not



See Also


SolidWorks 2001 FCS, Revision Number 9.0

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