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CigiIGUserDefined Class

Warning
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>

CigiIGUserDefined Class

Members


void setPacketID ( int id ) #

Sets the ID of the user-defined packet.

Arguments

  • int id - ID of the user-defined packet.

void setData ( const unsigned char * data, int size ) #

Sets the user-defined data.
Notice
Bytes are read and written starting from the 2nd byte (not from the 4th). If you want to align bytes starting from the 4th one, you should add a couple of bytes in the beginning. The CIGI ICD recommends to start reading/writing bytes starting from the 4th one (see Data before the Data Block 1 shown in the images below), although it is mentioned, that it is possible to start from the 2nd.

General User-Defined Packet Structure

Arguments

  • const unsigned char * data - User-defined data.
  • int size - Size of the packet.
Last update: 14.01.2020