MClose Example |

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Sub Example_MClose() ' This example creates a 4 X 4 polygonmesh in model space. ' It then closes the polymesh in the 'M' direction. Dim meshObj As AcadPolygonMesh Dim mSize, nSize, count As Integer Dim points(0 To 47) As Double ' Create the matrix of points points(0) = 2: points(1) = 2: points(2) = 1 points(3) = 2.5: points(4) = 2: points(5) = 0 points(6) = 5: points(7) = 2: points(8) = 0 points(9) = 5.5: points(10) = 2: points(11) = 1 points(12) = 2: points(13) = 4: points(14) = 0.5 points(15) = 2.5: points(16) = 4: points(17) = 0 points(18) = 5: points(19) = 4: points(20) = 0 points(21) = 5.5: points(22) = 4: points(23) = 0.5 points(24) = 2: points(25) = 6: points(26) = 0.5 points(27) = 2.5: points(28) = 6: points(29) = 0 points(30) = 5: points(31) = 6: points(32) = 0 points(33) = 5.5: points(34) = 6: points(35) = 0.5 points(36) = 2: points(37) = 8: points(38) = 1 points(39) = 2.5: points(40) = 8: points(41) = 0 points(42) = 5: points(43) = 8: points(44) = 0 points(45) = 5.5: points(46) = 8: points(47) = 1 mSize = 4: nSize = 4 ' Create a 3Dmesh in model space Set meshObj = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.Add3DMesh(mSize, nSize, points) ' Change the viewing direction of the viewport to better see the cylinder Dim NewDirection(0 To 2) As Double NewDirection(0) = -1: NewDirection(1) = -1: NewDirection(2) = 1 ThisDrawing.ActiveViewport.direction = NewDirection ThisDrawing.ActiveViewport = ThisDrawing.ActiveViewport ZoomAll ' Close the polymesh in the 'M' direction MsgBox "The polymesh is " & IIf(meshObj.MClose, "closed", "open") & " in the 'M' direction.", , "MClose Example" meshObj.MClose = True ThisDrawing.Regen acActiveViewport MsgBox "The polymesh is " & IIf(meshObj.MClose, "closed", "open") & " in the 'M' direction.", , "MClose Example" End Sub

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