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PostSplitBody Method (IFeatureManager)

Creates a split-body feature.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function PostSplitBody( _
   ByVal BodiesToMark As System.Object, _
   ByVal ConsumeCut As System.Boolean, _
   ByVal Origins As System.Object, _
   ByVal SavePaths As System.Object _
) As Feature
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IFeatureManager
Dim BodiesToMark As System.Object
Dim ConsumeCut As System.Boolean
Dim Origins As System.Object
Dim SavePaths As System.Object
Dim value As Feature
 
value = instance.PostSplitBody(BodiesToMark, ConsumeCut, Origins, SavePaths)
C# 
Feature PostSplitBody( 
   System.object BodiesToMark,
   System.bool ConsumeCut,
   System.object Origins,
   System.object SavePaths
)
C++/CLI 
Feature^ PostSplitBody( 
&   System.Object^ BodiesToMark,
&   System.bool ConsumeCut,
&   System.Object^ Origins,
&   System.Object^ SavePaths
) 

Parameters

BodiesToMark
Bodies to mark for the split operation
ConsumeCut
True to remove the bodies from the part, false to not
Origins
Array of origins of the bodies to save
SavePaths
Array of path and file names of the bodies to save as parts

Return Value

Pointer to the split-body feature

Example

Remarks

To create a split-body feature:

  1. Select the entities to use to split the part into multiple bodies.

  2. Call IFeatureManager::PreSplitBody to get all of the bodies created by splitting the part.

  3. Call this method to create the split-body feature.

The size of the BodiesToMark, Origins, and SavePaths arrays must be equal and greater than 0. If you pass an empty path and filename for a body, then that body is only marked and not saved. It remains with the original part.

 

To find out if the bodies in a split-body feature were consumed, use ISplitBodyFeatureData::Consume.

 

IFeature::GetTypeName2 and IFeature::GetTypeName return:

  • Split for a feature that was created by splitting a part into multiple parts by using either this method or the Split feature in the user interface. You can access a split-body feature's data using the ISplitBodyFeatureData interface.
  • SplitBody for a body created by splitting a part and saving the body to a part. You cannot access the data of a split body saved to a part.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS 2007 FCS, Revision Number 15.0


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