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Unigine::Cigi::ICigiWaveControl Class

Header:#include <CigiClientInterface.h>
Inherits:ICigiHostPacket

This class represents the CIGI Wave Control packet interface.

Notice
CIGI plugin must be loaded.

ICigiWaveControl Class

Members


int getRegionID()

Returns the Environmental region ID specified in the packet.

Return value

  • Entity ID if Scope is set to Entity (2).
  • Region ID if Scope is set to Regional (1).
Notice
This value will be ignored if Scope is set to Global (0).

int getWaveID()

Returns the value of the Wave ID specified in the packet.

Return value

Wave ID parameter value.

int getWaveEnabled()

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

Return value

Wave Enable parameter: 1 - wave is enabled and will contribute to the shape of water's surface; otherwise, 0.

int getScope()

Returns the value of the Scope parameter specified in the packet. Determines whether the wave is defined for global, regional, or entity-controlled maritime surface conditions.

Return value

Scope parameter value. The following values are supported:
  • 0 - Global
  • 1 - Regional
  • 2 - Entity

int getBreaker()

Returns the value of the Breaker Type parameter specified in the packet.

Return value

Breaker Type parameter value. The following values are supported:
  • 0 - Plunging. Plunging waves peak until the wave forms a vertical wall, at which point the crest moves faster than the base of the breaker. The wave shall then break violently into the wave trough.
  • 1 - Spilling. Spilling breakers break gradually over a great distance. White water shall form over the crest, which spills down the face of the breaker.
  • 2 - Surging. Surging breakers advance toward the beach as vertical walls of water. Unlike with plunging and spilling breakers, the crest shall not fall over the front of the wave.

float getHeight()

Returns the value of the Wave Height parameter specified in the packet.

Return value

Wave Height parameter value.

float getLength()

Returns the value of the Wavelength parameter specified in the packet.

Return value

Wavelength parameter value.

float getPeriod()

Returns the value of the Period parameter specified in the packet. Determines the time required for one complete oscillation of the wave.

Return value

Period parameter value.

float getDirection()

Returns the value of the Direction parameter specified in the packet. Determines the direction in which the wave propagates.

Return value

Direction parameter value in the [0; 360] range.

float getOffset()

Returns the value of the Phase Offset parameter specified in the packet. Determines the phase offset of the wave.

Return value

Phase Offset parameter value in the [-360; 360] range.

float getLeading()

Returns the value of the Leading parameter specified in the packet.

Return value

Leading parameter value.
Last update: 2018-06-04