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Add Method (IEquationMgr)

Obsolete. Superseded by IEquationMgr::Add2.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function Add( _
   ByVal Index As System.Integer, _
   ByVal Equation As System.String _
) As System.Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IEquationMgr
Dim Index As System.Integer
Dim Equation As System.String
Dim value As System.Integer
value = instance.Add(Index, Equation)
System.int Add( 
   System.int Index,
   System.string Equation
System.int Add( 
&   System.int Index,
&   System.String^ Equation


Index of the new equation (-1 places it at the end of the list)
String containing the equation

Return Value

Index of the equation; -1 if there was an error


The string specified for the equation argument must be formatted as if entered in the SOLIDWORKS user interface (that is, you must embed the names of the dimensions in double quotes). For example:


"N_SPOKES@CirPattern1" = "BARLENGTH@Sketch2" /10


You can also use the Visual Basic IIf function when specifying a model dimension in the equation argument. For example:

"D1@Extrude2" = (IIf("D1@Extrude3">20, 15, 6))+5


See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2001Plus FCS, Revision Number 10.0

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