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Filtering Polylines

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07-06-2005 07:06 AM
The following code filters all lines and works well.



Dim FilterType(0) As Int16

Dim FilterData(0) As Object

SelSet = app.ActiveDocument.SelectionSets.Add("New selection")

FilterType(0) = 0

FilterData(0) = "Line"

SelSet.Select(Interop.Common.AcSelect.acSelectionSetAll, , , FilterType,
FilterData)



But I failed to filter polylines with

FilterData(0) = "Polyline"



Who can help me?
*Paul Richardson
Message 2 of 3 (208 Views)

Re: Filtering Polylines

07-06-2005 07:41 AM in reply to: *technosterone
what kind of Polylines are you looking for?
"Polyline" should get you 3DPolylines. "LWPolyline"
might be what you want.?

"technosterone" wrote in message
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The following code filters all lines and works well.



Dim FilterType(0) As Int16

Dim FilterData(0) As Object

SelSet = app.ActiveDocument.SelectionSets.Add("New selection")

FilterType(0) = 0

FilterData(0) = "Line"

SelSet.Select(Interop.Common.AcSelect.acSelectionSetAll, , , FilterType,
FilterData)



But I failed to filter polylines with

FilterData(0) = "Polyline"



Who can help me?
*technosterone
Message 3 of 3 (208 Views)

Re: Filtering Polylines

07-06-2005 11:35 PM in reply to: *technosterone
Yes, Paul, "LWPolyline" is what I needed.
As far as I can see the question is wider, where can I get a full set of
strings that represent Object Type?
"Line", "Circle", "Arc", "LWPolyline", ...
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