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EntitiesToMate Property (IHingeMateFeatureData)

Gets or sets the entities to mate in this hinge mate.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Property EntitiesToMate( _
   ByVal EntityType As System.Integer _
) As System.Object
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IHingeMateFeatureData
Dim EntityType As System.Integer
Dim value As System.Object
instance.EntitiesToMate(EntityType) = value
value = instance.EntitiesToMate(EntityType)
System.object EntitiesToMate( 
   System.int EntityType
) {get; set;}
property System.Object^ EntitiesToMate {
   System.Object^ get(System.int EntityType);
   void set (System.int EntityType, System.Object^ value);


Type of entity as defined in swHingeMateEntityType_e

Property Value

Array of mate entities (see Remarks)


See the IHingeMateFeatureData example.


If EntityType is set to swHingeMateEntityType_e.:

Instead of specifying this property, you can use IModelDocExtension::SelectByID2 to pre-select the entities to mate using Mark = 1 for concentric entities, Mark = 32768 for coincident entities, and Mark = 65536 for angle faces. You can pre-select mate entities during mate creation, but not during mate editing.

See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2019 FCS, Revision Number 27.0

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