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IGetLineAtIndex Method (ISFSymbol)

Gets information for the specified line.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function IGetLineAtIndex( _
   ByVal Index As System.Integer _
) As System.Double
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISFSymbol
Dim Index As System.Integer
Dim value As System.Double
value = instance.IGetLineAtIndex(Index)
System.double IGetLineAtIndex( 
   System.int Index
System.double IGetLineAtIndex( 
&   System.int Index



Index of the line where the index begins at 0

Return Value

  • in-process, unmanaged C++: Pointer to an array of doubles (see Remarks)
  • VBA, VB.NET, C#, and C++/CLI: Not supported

    See In-process Methods for details about this type of method.

  • Remarks

    Call ISFSymbol::GetLineCount before calling this method to get the number of lines in this surface finish symbol.

    The return value is the following array of doubles :

    [ lineType, startPt[3], endPt[3] ]



    = Line type as defined in swLineTypes_e


    = XYZ line start point


    = XYZ line end point


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