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AlignEntities1Point Method (ISketchManager)

Aligns the specified entities, without rotating them, using one pair of points.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub AlignEntities1Point( _
   dsMathPoint* SourcePoint As MathPoint, _
   dsMathPoint* DestinationPoint As MathPoint, _
   const dsObjectPtrArray& EntitiesArray As System.Object _
) 
C# 
void AlignEntities1Point( 
   MathPoint SourcePoint,
   MathPoint DestinationPoint,
   System.object EntitiesArray
)
JavaScript 
AlignEntities1Point( 
   SourcePoint : dsMathPoint,
   DestinationPoint : dsMathPoint,
   EntitiesArray : Array
)
COM native C++ 
HRESULT AlignEntities1Point( 
   IMathPoint* SourcePoint,
   IMathPoint* DestinationPoint,
   VARIANT EntitiesArray
) 
C++ 
DSRESULT AlignEntities1Point( 
   dsMathPoint* SourcePoint,
   dsMathPoint* DestinationPoint,
   const dsObjectPtrArray& EntitiesArray
) 

Parameters

SourcePoint
Source point
DestinationPoint
Destination point
EntitiesArray
Array of entities to align without rotating them
 

See Also

Availability

DraftSight V1R4.0


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