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Using MatLab Add-in for MS Visual Studio 6

, 4 Jul 2003 CPOL 228.3K 2.7K 50
How to Use the MatLab Add-in for MSVC++ 6
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// Machine generated IDispatch wrapper class(es) created by Microsoft Visual C++

// NOTE: Do not modify the contents of this file.  If this class is regenerated by
//  Microsoft Visual C++, your modifications will be overwritten.


#include "stdafx.h"
#include "vcdatapoint.h"

// Dispatch interfaces referenced by this interface
#include "vcdatapointlabel.h"
#include "vcbrush.h"
#include "VcPen.h"
#include "vcmarker.h"


/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// CVcDataPoint properties

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// CVcDataPoint operations

CVcDataPointLabel CVcDataPoint::GetDataPointLabel()
{
	LPDISPATCH pDispatch;
	InvokeHelper(0x1, DISPATCH_PROPERTYGET, VT_DISPATCH, (void*)&pDispatch, NULL);
	return CVcDataPointLabel(pDispatch);
}

CVcBrush CVcDataPoint::GetBrush()
{
	LPDISPATCH pDispatch;
	InvokeHelper(0x2, DISPATCH_PROPERTYGET, VT_DISPATCH, (void*)&pDispatch, NULL);
	return CVcBrush(pDispatch);
}

CVcPen CVcDataPoint::GetEdgePen()
{
	LPDISPATCH pDispatch;
	InvokeHelper(0x3, DISPATCH_PROPERTYGET, VT_DISPATCH, (void*)&pDispatch, NULL);
	return CVcPen(pDispatch);
}

CVcMarker CVcDataPoint::GetMarker()
{
	LPDISPATCH pDispatch;
	InvokeHelper(0x4, DISPATCH_PROPERTYGET, VT_DISPATCH, (void*)&pDispatch, NULL);
	return CVcMarker(pDispatch);
}

float CVcDataPoint::GetOffset()
{
	float result;
	InvokeHelper(0x5, DISPATCH_PROPERTYGET, VT_R4, (void*)&result, NULL);
	return result;
}

void CVcDataPoint::SetOffset(float newValue)
{
	static BYTE parms[] =
		VTS_R4;
	InvokeHelper(0x5, DISPATCH_PROPERTYPUT, VT_EMPTY, NULL, parms,
		 newValue);
}

void CVcDataPoint::ResetCustom()
{
	InvokeHelper(0x7, DISPATCH_METHOD, VT_EMPTY, NULL, NULL);
}

void CVcDataPoint::Select()
{
	InvokeHelper(0x8, DISPATCH_METHOD, VT_EMPTY, NULL, NULL);
}

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Cambalindo
Software Developer Motorola
United States United States
Daniel Cespedes is now working on his final project to get the Electrical Engineering degree at the National University of Technology in Cordoba Argentina. He is developing a Computerized system for the study of Human Echolocation, the ability to detect obstacles with the echoes of self generated sounds.(yes like bats!!) at the CINTRA (Centro de Investigación y Transferencia Acústica).He uses MsVisual C++ 6 as a developing tool. He also work at the Software Research Lab at the University.
He comes from Sta.Cruz de la Sierra-Bolivia a paradise in SouthAmerica´s heart, where you can find pure air, nature contact, happy people, beautiful women etc.

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