Sets a pair of X and Y single or array values starting at a specified index in the X and Y data value vectors. | |

Syntax: | object.Set AtIndex, XData, YData |

Parameters: |
AtIndex As
long - Specifies the index to
start setting values.
XData As
VARIANT* - Specifies the X
value. This value can be a single variable or array value of any of
the following types, as long as it results in a numeric value:
7 Integer 7 Long 7 Single 7 Double 7 Decimal 7 Boolean 7 Byte 7 Variant 7 String YData As
VARIANT* - Specifies the Y
value. This value can be a single variable or array value of any of
the following types, as long as it results in a numeric value:
7 Integer 7 Long 7 Single 7 Double 7 Decimal 7 Boolean 7 Byte 7 Variant 7 String |

Description: | CimPairData.Set Set allows you
to set one or more X and Y data values starting at a specified
index. The index is a number from 0 to Count minus 1.Example on setting data valuesYou have a series whose X and Y values are the following: `X 5 10 15 20 25 30` `Y 22 17 9 -7 22 41` You set the following X and Y values starting at location 2 (index 1): `X 35 40 45 50` `Y 59 37 21 6` The series X and Y values are now the following: `X 5 35 40 45 50 30` `Y 22 59 37 21 6 41` The XY values at locations 2 through 5 are updated with the new values. Script ExamplesThe following CimView script excerpt sets the fifth location
(index 4) in Series 1. The X is set to an integer and the Y to a
double value:`' Create an integer and a double value:` `Dim x as Integer` `x = 7` `Dim y as Double` `y = 22.74` `' Set the data in the series object:` `cimOleObj.Series("Series 1").Data.Set 4, x, y` The following CimView script excerpt creates an array of
variant values and an array of double values in Series 1. In
addition, it sets the X and Y elements starting with the fifth
element (index 4) through the ninth. (It goes all the way through
the ninth element because the arrays being used have five
elements.):`' Create an array of variant values:` `Dim x(4) As Variant` `x(0) = 1` `x(1) = Null` `x(2) = 4.78` `x(3) = Empty` `x(4) = "5.78"` `' Create an array of random double values:` `Randomize` `Dim y(4) As Double` `For i = 0 To 4` ` y(i) = Random(0, 50)` `Next i` `' Set the data in the series object:` `cimOleObj.Series("Series 1").Data.Set 4, x, y` Setting Values from PointsCimEdit Scripts provide you with a type called Point. Point can be used to set and get CIMPLICITY point management information. For single (1 element) points you can use GetValue or a
combination of Get and Value to get a single value
and set it in a series. For array points you can use
GetSafeArray or a combination of Get and
SafeArray to get a single value and set it in a series.Script ExamplesThe following CimView script excerpt sets the first location
(index 0) in Series 1. The values of two CIMPLICITY points are
used:`' Get two point values:` `Dim x As New Point` `x.Id = "X_POINT"` `Dim y As New Point` `y.Id = "Y_POINT"` `' Set the data in the series object:` ```
cimOleObj.Series("Series 1").Data.Set 0, x.GetValue,
y.GetValue
``` The following CimView script excerpt sets Series 1 with
array values of two CIMPLICITY HMI points. The set starts at the
first location up to the smaller of either the size of the array
points or the number of available locations in the series.:`' Get two point values:` `Dim x As New Point` `x.Id = "X_ARRAY_POINT"` `Dim y As New Point` `y.Id = "Y_ARRAY_POINT"` `' Get the series object:` `Dim series as CimSeries` `Set series = cimOleObj.Series("Series 1")` `' Set the array data in the series object:` ```
series.Data.Set 0,
x.GetSafeArray, y.GetSafeArray
``` |