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GetTessTriangles Method (IPartDoc)

Gets the triangles that make up the shaded picture tessellation for this part.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetTessTriangles( _
   ByVal NoConversion As System.Boolean _
) As System.Object
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IPartDoc
Dim NoConversion As System.Boolean
Dim value As System.Object
 
value = instance.GetTessTriangles(NoConversion)
C# 
System.object GetTessTriangles( 
   System.bool NoConversion
)
C++/CLI 
System.Object^ GetTessTriangles( 
&   System.bool NoConversion
) 

Parameters

NoConversion

True to prohibit conversion to user units from system units , false to do so

Return Value

Array of floats (see Remarks)

Remarks

These triangles are intended for graphics display purposes and do not represent a tessellation that could be used, for example, by a machining application. If you need the type of accuracy associated with a machining product, it is recommended that you traverse the body faces and extract the topology and geometry data to create your own faceting.

The total size of the data is:

[ 9 x sizeof(float ) x (number of triangles) ].

The format of the data is:

  • float x, y, z first point in meters

  • float x, y, z second point in meters

  • float x, y, z third point in meters

for the set of triangles for the part.

 

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