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Storing data in ResultBuffer

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03-28-2013 12:35 AM

When storing data in ResultBuffer, I found, that there are DxfCodes, that seem to have the same meaning.

 

DxfCode.ExtendedDataAsciiString Vs. DxfCode.Text

DxfCode.ExtendedDataInteger16 Vs. DxfCode.Int16

 

Can anyone clarify if there is any difference between them?

 

Thanks

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Re: Storing data in ResultBuffer

03-28-2013 02:27 AM in reply to: matus.brlit

matus.brlit wrote:

When storing data in ResultBuffer, I found, that there are DxfCodes, that seem to have the same meaning.

 

DxfCode.ExtendedDataAsciiString Vs. DxfCode.Text

DxfCode.ExtendedDataInteger16 Vs. DxfCode.Int16

 

Can anyone clarify if there is any difference between them?

 

Thanks


DxfCode.ExtendedDataXXXX can be used only as a part of extended data (http://through-the-interface.typepad.com/through_the_interface/2007/04/adding_xdata_to.html)

 


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Re: Storing data in ResultBuffer

03-28-2013 02:45 AM in reply to: Alexander.Rivilis

So in XData, I can use whichever I want, but elsewhere, I have to use DxfCode.Text and DxfCode.Int16 ? And where is that elsewhere? Because when storing data in XRecords, they are stored in the XRecortd's Data property, which is the same.

 

Maybe for communication with Lisp?

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Re: Storing data in ResultBuffer

03-28-2013 03:40 AM in reply to: matus.brlit

matus.brlit wrote:

So in XData, I can use whichever I want, but elsewhere, I have to use DxfCode.Text and DxfCode.Int16 ? And where is that elsewhere? Because when storing data in XRecords, they are stored in the XRecortd's Data property, which is the same.

 

Maybe for communication with Lisp?


1. In XData you can not use DxfCode.Text and DxfCode.Int16 but can use DxfCode.ExtendedDataAsciiString and DxfCode.ExtendedDataInteger16


2. In XRecord you can use DxfCode.Text and DxfCode.Int16


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Re: Storing data in ResultBuffer

03-28-2013 03:48 AM in reply to: Alexander.Rivilis

Thanks for clarification.

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