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GetCenterMarkCount2 Method (IView)

Gets the number of center marks that are features in the view.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetCenterMarkCount2( _
   ByRef Size As System.Integer _
) As System.Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IView
Dim Size As System.Integer
Dim value As System.Integer
value = instance.GetCenterMarkCount2(Size)
System.int GetCenterMarkCount2( 
   out System.int Size
System.int GetCenterMarkCount2( 
&   [Out] System.int Size


Not used

Return Value

Number of center marks in the view


Center marks are now annotations. Previously, center marks were features. This method is only valid for center marks that are features.

One difference between this method and the now obsolete IView::GetCenterMarkCount is that this method also works if this view represents the drawing sheet. The original method always returns 0 if this view is the drawing sheet.

Call this method before calling IView::IGetCenterMarks to get the size of the array for that method.


See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2003 FCS, Revision Number 11.0

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