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Revision as of 13:04, 16 July 2010

Command

GET_OP_FEAT_START <op number>, <feature num>, <xs>, <ys>, [<zs>]


  • DESCRPTION*

Parameters

<op number>
Operation number.
<feature num>
The index to the feature. This will be 1 for the first feature, 2 for the second etc.
If you have selected a shape, then 1 will be the first line/arc in the shape, 2 will be the second.
If you have selected a number of points, lines and circles, then index 1 will give you the first
feature that you selected, 2 will be the second (in the order that you selected them).
<xs>
X co-ordinate of the start point.
<ys>
Y co-ordinate of the start point.
[<zs>]
Z co-ordinate of the start point.

Example

- GET_OP_FEAT_START