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CigiSegmentDef Class

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The functionality described in this article is not available in the Community SDK edition.
You should upgrade to Sim SDK edition to use it.
Header: #include <UnigineCIGIConnector.h>

CigiSegmentDef Class

Members


int getEntityID ( ) #

Returns the entity ID specified in the packet.

Return value

Entity ID.

int getSegmentID ( ) #

Returns the segment ID specified in the packet.

Return value

Segment ID.

int getSegmentEnabled ( ) #

Returns the value of the Segment Enable parameter specified in the packet.

Return value

Segment Enable parameter: 1 - the segment will be considered during collision testing; otherwise, 0.

unsigned int getMaterialMask ( ) #

Returns the value of the Material Mask parameter specified in the packet. Determines the environmental and cultural features to be included in or excluded from consideration for collision testing.

Return value

Material Mask parameter value. Each bit represents a range of material code values. Setting that bit to 1 shall cause the IG to register hits with materials within the corresponding range. Setting this field to 0h has the effect of disabling collision testing for this segment.

const vec3 & getPoint1 ( ) #

Returns the coordinates of the first point of the collision segment specified in the packet.

Return value

Coordinates of the first point of the collision segment.

const vec3 & getPoint2 ( ) #

Returns the coordinates of the second point of the collision segment specified in the packet.

Return value

Coordinates of the second point of the collision segment.
Last update: 2020-01-14