VS:GetRField

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Description

Returns string description of a value in the specified record field.
FUNCTION GetRField(
h  :HANDLE;
record  :STRING;
field  :STRING) : DYNARRAY[] OF CHAR;
def vs.GetRField(h, record, field):
    return DYNARRAY[] of CHAR

Parameters

h HANDLE Handle to object.
record STRING Name of record format.
field STRING Name of field to be queried.

Return Value

Returns the field value as a variable length string.

Remarks

(Orso, 2015.02.24):

Please note that since the introduction of ifc data, the usual praxis of fetching plug-in records using

GetRecord(h, NumRecords(h))

can bring you perhaps unexpectedly the ifc record. Use VS:GetParametricRecord instead, introduced from VW 2011.

(Others): Returns a string interpretation of the field from the specified record

[CLC 2001/11/12]: Note that when using this to access parameter fields in a PIO, you get the values of the instance of the plug-in, not the default values, as set in the plug-in editor. If you want the default values, you have to use the handle to the PIO record format.

[CLC 2004/11/8]: This returns values rounded to the nearest display accuracy, whereas pFieldName returns the actual number.

Example

VectorScript

PROCEDURE Example;

FUNCTION WriteFieldValues(h :HANDLE) :BOOLEAN;
VAR
cnt     :INTEGER;
recHand :HANDLE;
recName :STRING;
fldName :STRING;
BEGIN
recName := GetName(GetRecord(h, NumRecords(h)));
recHand := GetObject(recName);
FOR cnt := 1 TO NumFields(recHand) DO BEGIN
fldName := GetFldName(recHand, cnt);
WriteLn(fldName, ': ', GetRField(h, recName, fldName));
END;
END;

BEGIN
ForEachObjectInLayer(WriteFieldValues, 2, 0, 4);
END;
RUN(Example);

Python


Version

Availability: from VectorWorks 8.5
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