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IEdgeGetFace Method (IMidSurface3)

Gets the body face on which the specified midsurface edge lies.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function IEdgeGetFace( _
   ByVal EdgeInDisp As Edge _
) As Face2
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IMidSurface3
Dim EdgeInDisp As Edge
Dim value As Face2
value = instance.IEdgeGetFace(EdgeInDisp)
Face2 IEdgeGetFace( 
   Edge EdgeInDisp
Face2^ IEdgeGetFace( 
&   Edge^ EdgeInDisp


Midsurface edge

Return Value

Face on the original solid body


This condition occurs when a reference surface extends to meet one of the faces on the original part body. If the edge specified does not lie on one of the original part body faces, then a NULL is returned.

This edge is not topologically related to the face returned.


See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2009 FCS, Revision Number 17.0

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