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GetComponentAt Method (ICWSolidManager)

Gets the solid component at the specified index.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetComponentAt( _
   ByVal NIndex As System.Integer, _
   ByRef ErrorCode As System.Integer _
) As CWSolidComponent
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICWSolidManager
Dim NIndex As System.Integer
Dim ErrorCode As System.Integer
Dim value As CWSolidComponent
 
value = instance.GetComponentAt(NIndex, ErrorCode)
C# 
CWSolidComponent GetComponentAt( 
   System.int NIndex,
   out System.int ErrorCode
)
C++/CLI 
CWSolidComponent^ GetComponentAt( 
&   System.int NIndex,
&   [Out] System.int ErrorCode
) 

Parameters

NIndex
0-based index of the solid component to get
ErrorCode
0 if successful, 1 if no solid component at NIndex

Return Value

Solid component or NULL if no solid component at NIndex

Example

Remarks

Before calling this method, call ICWSolidManager::ComponentCount to get NIndex. Index starts at 0.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS Simulation API 2008 SP1.0


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