Automation use samples

MS Visual Basic sample see in directory TestVB.
MS Visual C++ sample see in directory TestVC.

To add one point to new series, follow these steps:

  1. Create new series
        dwId = FindGraph.DotsNew(
    Color,  Shape, Width,  Aspect,  Name)
    See The parameters of series,
    dwId - identifier of a series.
  2. Add single point to series with dwId
        FindGraph.DotsAddPoint( dwId,  X,  Y,  Z)
  3. Repaint points
        FindGraph.DotsUpdate(dwId)

To add at once some points to new series, follow these steps:

  1. Create new series
        dwId = FindGraph.DotsNew(
    Color,  Shape, Width,  Aspect,  Name)
  2. Use variant array. Set the identifier of a series
       FindGraph.ArrayId = dwId
  3. Fill array va[3N] of dimension 3N with points (X, Y, Z).
  4. Add at once array  to series with dwId
       FindGraph.ArrayVar = va
  5. Repaint points
        FindGraph.DotsUpdate(dwId)

To create rectangle area and to select it, follow these steps:

  1. Create rectangle area
        dwId = FindGraph.ClipNewRect( Color,  Left, Top, Right, Bottom)

    Left, Top, Right, Bottom -
    physical coordinates (X, Y) of marks.
  2. Select all points in area  dwId
        FindGraph.ClipSelect( dwId,  1)

To get single selected point, follow these steps:

  1. Copy selected points (X, Y, Z) and put it on the buffer.
       N = FindGraph.SelectedGetStart( 0)
        N - number of points selected.
  2. In cycle we choose points:
    for i=1 to N
    X = SelectedGetX(i)
    Y = SelectedGetY(i)
    Z = SelectedGetZ(i)
    next i
  3. Free memory
        FindGraph.SelectedGetStop( 0);

To get whole array of selected points at once, follow these steps:

  1. Copy selected points (X, Y, Z) and put it on the buffer.
       N = FindGraph.SelectedGetStart( 0)
        N - number of points selected.
  2. Use variant array va. Fill array va[3N] of dimension 3N with points (X, Y, Z).
        va = FindGraph.ArrayVar
        array dimension (UBound(va) + 1) / 3 
  3. Free memory
        FindGraph.SelectedGetStop( 0);

To display picture and digitize it, follow these steps:

  1. Display the background picture.
       FindGraph.DocPictFileName = strFileName
  2. Create rectangle area with color number 2.
        dwIdArea = FindGraph.ClipNewRect(Color, fLeft, fTop, fRight, fBottom)
  3. Select area.
        FindGraph.ClipSelect(dwIdArea, 1)
  4. Digitize points inside rectangle.
        FindGraph.DotsFromPict(Color, Width, "FromPict")
  5. Free memory
        FindGraph.SelectedGetStop( 0);


Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 sample

See subdirectory TestVB or VB sample.

Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 sample

See subdirectory TestVC or VC sample.


See documentation on methods and properties.