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Get Part's Feature Statistics Example (VB.NET)

This example shows how to get the statistics of all of the features in a part document.

'-------------------------------------------
' Preconditions:
' 1. Open a part that has multiple features.
' 2. Open the Immediate window.
'
' Postconditions:
' 1. Gets the statistics for the features in
'    the part.
' 2. Examine the Immediate window.
'-------------------------------------------

Imports SolidWorks.Interop.sldworks
Imports SolidWorks.Interop.swconst
Imports System
Imports System.Diagnostics


Partial Class SolidWorksMacro


    Public Sub main()


        Dim swFeatStat As FeatureStatistics
        Dim swFeatMgr As FeatureManager
        Dim swModel As ModelDoc2
        Dim featnames As Object
        Dim feattypes As Object
        Dim features As Object
        Dim featureUpdateTimes As Object
        Dim featureUpdatePercentTimes As Object
        Dim iter As Integer


        swModel = swApp.ActiveDoc
        swFeatMgr = swModel.FeatureManager

        swFeatStat = swFeatMgr.FeatureStatistics


        swFeatStat.Refresh()


        Debug.Print("Model name:                 " & swFeatStat.PartName)
        Debug.Print("  Number of features:       " & swFeatStat.FeatureCount)
        Debug.Print("  Number of solid bodies:   " & swFeatStat.SolidBodiesCount)
        Debug.Print("  Number of surface bodies: " & swFeatStat.SurfaceBodiesCount)
        Debug.Print("  Total rebuild time:       " & swFeatStat.TotalRebuildTime)
        featnames = swFeatStat.FeatureNames
        feattypes = swFeatStat.FeatureTypes
        features = swFeatStat.features
        featureUpdateTimes = swFeatStat.featureUpdateTimes
        featureUpdatePercentTimes = swFeatStat.FeatureUpdatePercentageTimes
        If Not featnames Is Nothing Then
            For iter = 0 To UBound(featnames)
                Debug.Print("    Feature name:           " & featnames(iter))
                Debug.Print("    Feature type:           " & feattypes(iter))
                Debug.Print("      Update time:          " & featureUpdateTimes(iter))
                Debug.Print("      Update % time:        " & featureUpdatePercentTimes(iter))
            Next iter
        End If


    End Sub


    ''' <summary>
    ''' The SldWorks swApp variable is pre-assigned for you.
    ''' </summary>
    Public swApp As SldWorks


End Class



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