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Vectorlab, Handle/Object Types and Sub Types


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Greetings

There's a great resource on the vectorlabs website, regarding object types;

http://www.vectorlab.info/index.php?title=Object_Types_Commented

The article talks about Object Types and Object SubTypes,

how do you get handles to subtypes?

or subtype objects?

For example, from the dev wiki

http://developer.vectorworks.net/index.php/VS:Function_Reference_Appendix_D

A table shows that,

Sheet Layer Viewport,Section Viewport have subtypes of 506, 507.

However if you check the handle type of a Sheet Layer Viewport using vs.GetTypeN(h) it still returns 122, how do you check the subtype of a viewport?

Kind regards

Tui

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Found it!

On the same vectorlab website :

http://www.vectorlab.info/index.php?title=Category:VectorScript_Subroutines

Many useful routines, am in the process of converting them to python,

trying to figure whats the best way to setup the modules, via classes by category or modules by category..

will post updates when done, thankgs again Orso.

The subtype was actually a workaround? i think

{ Orso *********************************************** }
{ returns the type or subtype of an object as integer }
FUNCTION H_SubType(h : HANDLE): INTEGER;
BEGIN
	H_SubType := Str2Num(EvalStr(h, (IF(((ST)=-1), (T), (ST)))));
END;

my conversion attempt to python

def sub_objType(h):
   crit_check = "IF((ST)=-1, (T), (ST))"
   num = vs.Eval(h, (crit_check))
   h_subtype = int(num)
   return h_subtype

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