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GetClippedObject Method (IViewport)
Entity that defines the clipping boundary: Circle, Ellipse, closed PolyLine, Region, or closed Spline.

Gets the entity that defines the clipping boundary of the Viewport.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetClippedObject( _
   dsObjectType_e* ObjType As dsObjectType_e _
) As System.Object
System.object GetClippedObject( 
   out dsObjectType_e ObjType
) : {
   ObjType : String,
   ClippedObject : dsObject
COM native C++ 
HRESULT GetClippedObject( 
   dsObjectType_e* ObjType
   IDispatch** ClippedObject
DSRESULT GetClippedObject( 
   dsObjectType_e* ObjType
   dsObject** ClippedObject



Type of entity that defines the clipping boundary as defined in dsObjectType_e (see Remarks)


ClippedObject[out] or Return Value
Entity that defines the clipping boundary: Circle, Ellipse, closed PolyLine, Region, or closed Spline.


Before calling this method, call IViewport::GetIsClipped to determine if the Viewport is clipped.

Valid types of entities that can define the Viewport's clipping boundary are:

  • dsObjectType_e.dsCircleType
  • dsObjectType_e.dsEllipseArcType
  • dsObjectType_e.dsPolyLineType
  • dsObjectType_e.dsRegionType
  • dsObjectType_e.dsSplineType

See Also


DraftSight V1R3.0

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