All Variables

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These variables are set by some of the macro commands by the system Version Number
Button Number of button pressed on macro dialog. ( OK button = zero ) 9, 4, 25
CircleRef Number of circle created by a circle geometry command 9, 4, 25
ContourRef Number of contour created by a contour geometry command 9, 4, 25
CsNumber Number of CS created by the NEW_CS command 9, 4, 25
CURRENT_CS_NUM by the system when a coordinate system is selected or created 9, 0, 0
CURRENT_WG_NUM by the system when a workgroup is selected or created 9, 0, 0
ExcelCellLength by the system when using the EXCEL_FIND_CELL command 9, 4, 25
ExcelError Error code set by all Excel commands 9, 4, 25
EXCEL_IS_OPEN whether or not an excel file is open 9, 0, 0
EXCEL_IS_VISIBLE whether or not an excel file is visible 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_ARC an arc feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_CTOOL a ctool feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_CURVE a curve feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_LINE_IJK a ijk feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_LINE a line feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_MARKER a marker feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_POINT a point feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_RAPID a rapid feature type 9, 0, 0
FEAT_TYPE_SPLINE a spline feature type 9, 0, 0
FileError Error code set by all file commands 9, 4, 25
GIBBSCAM_VERSION_1 the version of gibbscam running 9, 4, 24
GIBBSCAM_VERSION_2 the version of gibbscam running 9, 4, 24
GIBBSCAM_VERSION_3 the version of gibbscam running 9, 4, 24
GIBBSCAM_WINDOW_X1 the first x position of the gibbscam window 9, 0, 0
GIBBSCAM_WINDOW_X2 the second x position of the gibbscam window 9, 0, 0
GIBBSCAM_WINDOW_Y1 the first y position of the gibbscam window 9, 0, 0
GIBBSCAM_WINDOW_Y2 the second y position of the gibbscam window 9, 0, 0
HoleFrAngle when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrBottom when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrBottomClear when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrBottomZ when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrCS when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrDepth when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrDia when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrDiaTop when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrError Error code set by all HOLEFR commands 9, 4, 25
HoleFrFullDepth when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrMidDepth when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosAxisX when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosAxisY when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosAxisZ when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosTopX when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosTopY when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosTopZ when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosX when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosY when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrPosZ when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrRef when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrRevCS when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrThroughType when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrtipAngle when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrTop when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrTopClear when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrTopZ when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrType when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
HoleFrWidth when using the HOLEFR_GET_FEAT command 9, 4, 25
LineRef Number of line created by a line geometry command 9, 4, 25
MTOOL_HOLDER the mill tool holder 9, 0, 0
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE the mill tool holder type 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_BORE if the mill tool holder is bore 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_COLLET if the mill tool holder is a collet 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_DRILL if the mill tool holder is a drill 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_MILL if the mill tool holder is a mill 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_ROT_CLAMP if the mill tool holder is a rotary clamp 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_SHELL if the mill tool holder is a shell 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_SHRINK_FIT if the mill tool holder is a shrink fit 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_TAP if the mill tool holder is a tap 9, 4, 24
MTOOL_HOLDER_TYPE_TG_COLLET if the mill tool holder is a tool group 9, 4, 24
PLUGIN_VERSION_1 the version of plugin running 9, 4, 24
PLUGIN_VERSION_2 the version of plugin running 9, 4, 24
PLUGIN_VERSION_3 the version of plugin running 9, 4, 24
PointRef Number of point created by a point geometry command 9, 4, 25
ReadVarsNumVars Number of variables read using READ_NUM_VARS command 9, 4, 25
SCREEN_HEIGHT the height of the screen 9, 0, 0
SCREEN_WIDTH the height of the screen 9, 0, 0
SolidRef Number of solid created by an EXTRUDE_SHAPE command 9, 4, 25
TOOL_ORIENT_DL if the tool orientation is down left 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_DOWN_LEFT if the tool orientation is down left 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_DOWN_RIGHT if the tool orientation is down right 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_DR if the tool orientation is down right 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_LD if the tool orientation is left down 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_LEFT_DOWN if the tool orientation is left down 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_LEFT_UP if the tool orientation is left up 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_LU if the tool orientation is left up 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_RD if the tool orientation is right down 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_RIGHT_DOWN if the tool orientation is right down 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_RIGHT_UP if the tool orientation is right up 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_RU if the tool orientation is right up 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_UL if the tool orientation is up left 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_UP_LEFT if the tool orientation is up left 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_UP_RIGHT if the tool orientation is up right 9, 4, 24
TOOL_ORIENT_UR if the tool orientation is up right 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_35_DEG if the tool type is 35 degrees 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_55_DEG if the tool type is 55 degrees 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_55_PARA if the tool type is 55 parallel 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_80_DEG if the tool type is 80 degrees 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_BACK_BORE if the tool type is back bore 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_BALL_END_MILL if the tool type is a ball end mill 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_BORE if the tool type is bore 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_CENTER_DRILL if the tool type is a center drill 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_COUNTERSINK if the tool type is a countersink 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_CUTOFF if the tool type is cutoff 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_DRILL if the tool type is a drill 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_FACE_CUTTER if the tool type is a face cutter 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_FINISH_END_MILL if the tool type is a finish end mill 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_FLY_CUTTER if the tool type is a fly cutter 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_FORM if the tool type is form 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_GROOVE if the tool type is groove 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_KEY_CUTTER if the tool type is a key cutter 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_PENTAGON if the tool type is pentagon 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_REAMER if the tool type is a reamer 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_RECTANGLE if the tool type is a rectangle 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_RIGID_TAP if the tool type is a rigid tap 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_ROUGH_END_MILL if the tool type is an end mill 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_ROUND if the tool type is a round 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_ROUNDOVER if the tool type is a roundover 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_SHELL_CUTTER if the tool type is a shellcutter 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_SPOT_DRILL if the tool type is a spot drill 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_SPOT_FACE if the tool type is a spot face 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_SQUARE if the tool type is a square 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_TAP if the tool type is a tap 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_THREAD_MILL if the tool type is a thread mill 9, 0, 0
TOOL_TYPE_THREAD1 if the tool type is a thread 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_THREAD2 if the tool type is a thread 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_TRIANGLE if the tool type is a triangle 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_TRIGON if the tool type is trigonometrical 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_UTIL if the tool type is utility 9, 4, 24
TOOL_TYPE_VPROFILE if the tool type is vprofile 9, 0, 0
WgNumber Number of WorkGroup created by the NEW_WG command 9, 4, 25