|Defines a |
|Defines a bounded curve. More...|
|Defines a |
|Provides methods and data common to all curve subclasses. More...|
|Defines an ellipse curve. More...|
|Represents an exact intersection spline curve. More...|
|Defines a (possibly tapered) helical curve. More...|
|Defines an abstract base class from which |
|A parametric curve class. More...|
|Represents a spline curve obtained by the intersection of two surfaces that are offsets of the given surfaces. More...|
|Represents an exact spline curve in the parameter space of a surface. More...|
|Defines an infinite straight line represented by a point and a unit vector specifying the direction. More...|
|Declaration of the derived class var_rad_const. More...|
|Defines a constant cross section radius for a variable radius function. More...|
|Defines a functional form of a variable radius function. More...|
|Defines a rotational radius ellipse for a variable radius function. More...|
|Defines a two-ends form of a variable radius function. More...|
|Defines the variable radius. More...|
|Number specifies the extension type. More...|
|Specifies the curve direction. More...|
|Specifies the type of the blend radius function. More...|
|bounded_curve *||get_bounded_curve (EDGE *edge, logical apply_transf=TRUE)|
|Gets a |
|straight||operator* (straight const &input, SPAtransf const &trans)|
|Applies transformation to straight curve. |
|intcurve||operator* (intcurve const &intcur, SPAtransf const &trans)|
|Returns a copy of the transformed curve. |
|helix||operator* (helix const &name, SPAtransf const &transf)|
|Returns a helix transformed by the given transformation. |
|ellipse||operator* (ellipse const &name, SPAtransf const &transf)|
|Returns an ellipse transformed by the given transformation. |
|curve *||restore_curve ()|
|Restores a curve. |
|subtype_object *||restore_int_int_cur ()|
Number specifies the extension type.
|EXTEND_CURVATURE||extend the curvature|
|EXTEND_TANGENT||extend the tangent|
Specifies the type of the blend radius function.
|RADIUS_UNSET||Radius function is not set.|
|TWO_ENDS||Two-end radius function defined by the two blend radii at the beginning and at the end of the blend sequence.|
|FUNCTIONAL||Functional radius function--radius variation along the defining curve is determined by an (arbitrary) function R(t), where t is the parameter along the defining curve of the blend.|
|FIXED_WIDTH||Implicit radius function--blend radius variation is not specified explicitely, instead, the current radius is found so that the distance between the blend springs is equal to the given "blend width" value.|
|HOLDLINE||Implicit radius function--blend radius variation is not specified explicitely, instead, the currend radius is found so that one of the blend spring curves coincides with the given "holdline" curve (while the blend is still tangent to the surface conaining the holdline).|
bounded_curve contains a copy of the curve pointed to by the
EDGE. If the
EDGE belongs to a
BODY, then by default the
BODY transformation is applied, so the bounded curve is always defined in the model coordinate system rather than in the coordinate system of the
This method differs from the constructor for bounded curve in that it checks the type of the curve of the
EDGE, and creates the appropriate type of bounded curve. For example, if the
EDGE points to a
STRAIGHT, this method creates a bounded line and returns it.
|edge||EDGE from which to get the bounded curve.|
|apply_transf||flag to apply the BODY transformation.|
Restores a curve.
Role: Although this internal function is intended strictly for ACIS usage, a minimal amount of information about this function is provided for the sole purpose of being able to understand and trace restoration from a SAT file. This function should never be called directly, because it makes assumptions about the availability of a SAT file, the location of the input pointer into the SAT file, and the validity of SAT data it expects to read in. It also may start a lengthy process of nested function or class method calls, which have many of the same assumptions.
restore function does the actual work of restoring the curve. It calls the base class, then reads the selector, if the save file is new enough. This reads the curve type and then switches in the run-time table to the correct restore routine.
if (restore_version_number < CURVE_VERSION) read_int Integer for the type of curve. dispatch_restore_cu Supply the number for the type of curve. else read_id Reads in the string associated with the curve identification. dispatch_restore_cu Supply the curve identification for the type of curve.