Read only property array, to determine the current axes being graphed. Zooming or adjusting RandomSubsetsToGraph can alter which axes get graphed. This feature is necessary for those developers wanting to create logic that interfaces with ProEssentials built-in zooming or use of Subsets tab within Customization dialog. One common use will be to know this data prior to retrieving PEP_rectAXIS coordinates.
To read this property, first learn the size of the array...
.NET developers: learn size with PeGrid.WorkingAxesToGraph.GetLength().
ActiveX developers: learn size with PEvget as described below. Once you know size, you can use .WorkingAxesToGraph interface to read.
VCL developers: learn size with PEvget as described below.
SDK/DLL developers: learn size via PEvget with Null data pointer to return the size (in bytes) of this array (divide by 4 to get actually quantity of indices.) Then use PEvget or PEvgetcell to read those valid indices to learn which axes are currently visible.
The data read out of this array represents those WorkingAxis values currently included in image.
CommentsPeGrid.WorkingAxesToGraph members of Pego.PeGrid, Pesgo.PeGrid
See Also: WorkingAxis, MultiAxesSubsets
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