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AddIndicator Method (IGtolFrame)

Adds a tolerance indicator to the end of the list of indicators to the right of this Gtol frame.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function AddIndicator( _
   ByVal BorderType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal TolType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal Datum As System.String _
) As System.Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IGtolFrame
Dim BorderType As System.Integer
Dim TolType As System.Integer
Dim Datum As System.String
Dim value As System.Boolean
value = instance.AddIndicator(BorderType, TolType, Datum)
System.bool AddIndicator( 
   System.int BorderType,
   System.int TolType,
   System.string Datum
System.bool AddIndicator( 
&   System.int BorderType,
&   System.int TolType,
&   System.String^ Datum


Type of border as defined by swGtolIndicatorBorderType_e
Tolerance type as defined by swGtolGeomCharSymbol_e (see Remarks)
Datum feature symbol that refers to the BorderType

Return Value

True if tolerance indicator successfully added, false if not


See the IGtolFrame examples.


Tolerance indicators:

  • define a tolerance zone within which a Gtol value applies. 
  • are shown to the right of the main frame, but to the left of any text box for the first frame.

TolType may be one of only swGtolGeomCharSymbol_e.:

  • swGcsANG
  • swGcsPERP

See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2023 FCS, Revision Number 31

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