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Optional. A three-element array of doubles specifying an angle vector s first point in WCS. If not provided, the user must specify two points if they want to specify the angle on the graphics screen. Optional. A prompt for input.
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This method throws an exception for both null input and keyword entry if allowed and supplied.
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The GetInput Method
As mentioned in the discussion of GetKeyword, you can use seven other input methods in conjunction with the keywords set using InitializeUserInput: GetInteger GetReal GetDistance GetAngle GetOrientation GetPoint GetCorner When these methods have keywords and they are executed, the user can enter the data type requested or choose one of the available keywords. Because each of these input methods returns a specific data type, each can t also return the keyword string. Instead, the input methods use an exception with the description User input is a keyword to signal the presence of a keyword. Unless null input is disabled, VBA uses this same exception to indicate null input, such as when the user simply presses Enter at the input prompt. Your code must handle the exception, or the program will stop and display an error message. After detecting this exception, use GetInput to retrieve the keyword before calling any other GetXXX method. The GetInput method takes no parameters. It returns either a string containing the keyword in InitializeUserInput or an empty string in the case of null input. StrUserKeywordInput = UtilityObject.GetInput() As shown in the previous examples, it is not necessary to call the GetInput method after the GetXXX methods when no keywords are offered to the user. If called independently, this method returns an empty string. The following code retrieves either an integer or a keyword from the user. It uses GetInteger to demonstrate the GetInput method, but the technique is identical for each of the six other input methods: Public Sub TestGetInput() Dim intInput As Integer Dim strInput As String On Error Resume Next ' handle exceptions inline With ThisDrawing.Utility strInput = .GetInput() .InitializeUserInput 0, "Line Arc Circle" intInput = .GetInteger(vbCr & "Integer or [Line/Arc/Circle]: ")
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If Err.Description Like "*error*" Then .Prompt vbCr & "Input Cancelled" ElseIf Err.Description Like "*keyword*" Then strInput = .GetInput() Select Case strInput Case "Line": ThisDrawing.SendCommand "_Line" & vbCr Case "Arc": ThisDrawing.SendCommand "_Arc" & vbCr Case "Circle": ThisDrawing.SendCommand "_Circle" & vbCr Case Else: .Prompt vbCr & "Null Input entered" End Select Else .Prompt vbCr & "You entered " & intInput End If End With End Sub This example first sets the keywords using InitializeUserInput and then uses an input method to get the user s input. Because the code sets keywords, the input method either returns an integer or throws an exception when the user enters a keyword. If there was an exception and it contains the word error, this code displays a cancel message. Otherwise, if the exception contains the word keyword, the code uses GetInput to retrieve the keyword and takes an appropriate action based on the keyword. If no exception was thrown, this code uses the Integer value the GetInteger method returned. A bug causes GetInput to return the keyword from earlier calls to InitializeUserInput when the user enters null input at a later input method that takes keywords. The following code demonstrates the problem. Choose any option at the first input prompt and then press Enter for the second input. In case the user enters a keyword, the second call to GetInput should return a null but instead it returns the keyword you selected in the previous input. Public Sub TestGetInputBug() On Error Resume Next With ThisDrawing.Utility '' first keyword input .InitializeUserInput 1, "Alpha Beta Ship" .GetInteger vbCr & "Option [Alpha/Beta/Ship]: " MsgBox "You entered: " & .GetInput() '' second keyword input - hit Enter here .InitializeUserInput 0, "Bug May Slip" .GetInteger vbCr & "Hit enter [Bug/May/Slip]: " MsgBox "GetInput still returns: " & .GetInput() End With End Sub ' handle exceptions inline
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