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GetPrimaryPrecision2 Method (IDisplayDimension)

Gets the primary dimension precision setting for this display dimension.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetPrimaryPrecision2() As System.Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IDisplayDimension
Dim value As System.Integer
 
value = instance.GetPrimaryPrecision2()
C# 
System.int GetPrimaryPrecision2()
C++/CLI 
System.int GetPrimaryPrecision2(); 

Return Value

Precision setting as defined by swDimensionPrecisionSettings_e

Example

Remarks

If the return value equals swPrecisionFollowsDocumentSetting, then the precision being used is the document default for dual dimension values. You can retrieve the value using IModelDocExtension::GetUserPreferenceInteger with swDetailingLinearDimPrecision or swDetailingAngularDimPrecision. Otherwise, the return value is the precision in the dimensions primary units.

Use IDisplayDimension::SetPrecision2 to set precision values on this display dimension. 

 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS 2004 FCS, Revision Number 12.0


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