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CHAPTER 8 DRAWING OBJECTS
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'' create the regions varRegions = .AddRegion(objEnts) End With '' get new position from user varMove = ThisDrawing.Utility.GetPoint(varCenter, vbCr & _ "Pick a new location: ") '' subtract the inner region from the outer varRegions(1).Boolean acSubtraction, varRegions(0) '' move the composite region to a new location varRegions(1).Move varCenter, varMove End Sub You may also explode individual regions by using the Explode method. Be aware that invoking the Region entity incurs a performance hit while AutoCAD loads the ACIS or ShapeManager solid-modeling engine, depending upon what version of AutoCAD you re working with.
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The Solid Object
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The Solid object represents a 2-D polygon, not to be confused with the 3-D solids described in 9. You can create a polygon by specifying two points to define the first edge. The third point defines an edge back to the start point, not to the second point as you might imagine. Next, you have the option to define a fourth point in the same position as the third, which results in a triangular shape. Alternatively, you can specify a different fourth point to define a variety of shapes (e.g., a rectangle, a parallelogram, a trapezoid, a chevron, or a bow tie). Use the AddSolid method as follows: Set SolidObject = Object.AddSolid(Point1, Point2, Point3, Point4) Table 8-17 provides a brief description of each argument. Table 8-17. AddSolid Method Parameters
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A three-element array of doubles defining the start of the polygon s first side in WCS coordinates. A three-element array of doubles defining the end of the polygon s first side in WCS coordinates. A three-element array of doubles defining the end of the polygon s second side in WCS coordinates. This point is opposite Point1 on the second edge. A three-element array of doubles specifying the last point that defines the polygon s third and optionally fourth edges in WCS coordinates. It may be the same as Point3, in which case only three polygon edges are visible.
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If the FILLMODE system variable is set to 1, the shape will be shaded; otherwise, only the boundary lines are visible. The following example uses AddSolid with input from the user: Public Sub TestAddSolid() Dim varP1 As Variant Dim varP2 As Variant Dim varP3 As Variant Dim varP4 As Variant Dim objEnt As AcadSolid On Error Resume Next '' ensure that solid fill is enabled ThisDrawing.SetVariable "FILLMODE", 1 '' get input from user With ThisDrawing.Utility varP1 = .GetPoint(, vbCr varP2 = .GetPoint(varP1, varP3 = .GetPoint(varP1, varP4 = .GetPoint(varP3, End With '' draw the entity Set objEnt = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.AddSolid(varP1, varP2, varP3, varP4) objEnt.Update End Sub
& "Pick the start point: ") vbCr & "Pick the second point: ") vbCr & "Pick a point opposite the start: ") vbCr & "Pick the last point: ")
The Text Object
The Text object represents text on a drawing. It differs from the MText object in that it consists of only one line of text. It also lacks the embedded formatting capabilities of MText. The AddText method creates a new Text object: Set TextObject = Object.AddText(TextString, InsertionPoint, Height) Table 8-18 provides a brief description of each argument. Table 8-18. AddText Method Parameters
Name
TextString InsertionPoint Height
Data Type
String Variant Double
Description
The text to be displayed in the drawing A three-element array of doubles representing the text s position with respect to the WCS A positive number indicating the text s height
CHAPTER 8 DRAWING OBJECTS
The following code example shows the AddText method in practice: Public Sub TestAddText() Dim varStart As Variant Dim dblHeight As Double Dim strText As String Dim objEnt As AcadText On Error Resume Next '' get input from user With ThisDrawing.Utility varStart = .GetPoint(, vbCr & "Pick the start point: ") dblHeight = .GetDistance(varStart, vbCr & "Indicate the height: ") strText = .GetString(True, vbCr & "Enter the text: ") End With '' create the text If ThisDrawing.ActiveSpace = acModelSpace Then Set objEnt = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.AddText(strText, varStart, dblHeight) Else Set objEnt = ThisDrawing.PaperSpace.AddText(strText, varStart, dblHeight) End If objEnt.Update End Sub
Summary
In this chapter you learned how to create a number of different 2-D and 3-D drawing objects. In the next chapter you ll learn how to create a variety of 3-D solid objects.
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