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SetCommandOptionPoint2D Method (IDocument)

Sets the command option for the specified 2D point in the document.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub SetCommandOptionPoint2D( _
   dsCommandOptionPoint2d_e Var As dsCommandOptionPoint2d_e, _
   double X As System.Double, _
   double Y As System.Double, _
   dsSetCommandOptionResult_e* Result As dsSetCommandOptionResult_e _
void SetCommandOptionPoint2D( 
   dsCommandOptionPoint2d_e Var,
   System.double X,
   System.double Y,
   out dsSetCommandOptionResult_e Result
   Var : String,
   X : Number,
   Y : Number
) : String
COM native C++ 
HRESULT SetCommandOptionPoint2D( 
   dsCommandOptionPoint2d_e Var,
   dsSetCommandOptionResult_e* Result
DSRESULT SetCommandOptionPoint2D( 
   dsCommandOptionPoint2d_e Var,
   double X,
   double Y,
   dsSetCommandOptionResult_e* Result


Command option as defined in dsCommandOptionPoint2d_e
x coordinate of 2D point
y coordinate of 2D point
Result[out] or Return Value
Status of setting the command option of the 2D point as defined in dsSetCommandOptionResult_e



See Also


DraftSight V1R1.1

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