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IEvaluate Method (IEdge)

Obsolete. Superseded by IEdge::IEvaluate2.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function IEvaluate( _
   ByVal Parameter As System.Double _
) As System.Double
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IEdge
Dim Parameter As System.Double
Dim value As System.Double
value = instance.IEvaluate(Parameter)
System.double IEvaluate( 
   System.double Parameter
System.double IEvaluate( 
&   System.double Parameter



Value of the edge parameter

Return Value

Pointer to an array of doubles (see Remarks)


Use IEdge::GetCurveParams2 or IEdge::IGetCurveParams2 to determine the valid parameter range for this method.

This OLE implementation of this method returns an array of doubles as follows:

[ PointX, PointY, PointZ, TangentX, TangentY, TangentZ, Success ]

where the point values are in meters and Success is True if successful and false if not.

The return value for the COM implementation is different. To determine success, check the HRESULT return value. The array is as follows:

[ PointX, PointY, PointZ, TangentX, TangentY, TangentZ ]

where the point values are specified in meters.


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