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Sorry to re-ask a question that's been on the forum a few times, but I can't find any examples of C++ coding beyond the 2 examples given in the ugopenpp directory.

I've been onto the Gtac help and the eds unigraphics.language forum, but everything seems to be it C!

Any help appreciated!


RE: ugopen++/ugopenpp

Hi Steve,
Could you send me the C language coding sample for me ?
I am looking it for a long time.


Nelson Lee

RE: ugopen++/ugopenpp

Hi steve,

           Me too. I am also searching for this.




RE: ugopen++/ugopenpp

follow this link to the unigraphics language forum...


but you need a web key to access it.

There is a language forum on that site which has C samples.

However, I'm still after "how to" examples for C++! Help!

RE: ugopen++/ugopenpp

Hi Steve,
have you found any useful samples in UgOpenpp, yet? I'm looking for it too, thank you for any reply.

RE: ugopen++/ugopenpp

Yeah, I found a few, but quickly ran into problems with the ugopenpp libs (I had difficulty using the objects in C++ stdlibs for vectors etc). Now this was a while ago, but when I got in contact with the people at UG they didn't seem too surprised at the issues I was having trying to use the ugopenpp libs.

My advice, do your own wrapping to the C library - not as scary as you might think and you don't have to deal with the issues in the ug C++ libs.


RE: ugopen++/ugopenpp

Thank you, Steve. I've tried to do some wrapping to the C library already and it works fine. So I'm delighted, that I'm going by the right way.


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