I have a software that uses Delphi to write scripts. The are open to all users, and you can write and support the scripts as much as you like. So I am now starting to learn Delphi. So far it has been a blast. Here is an example...
PD : TData ;
PN : TSNPart ;
i : integer ;
for i := DataList.count-1 downto 0 do begin
PD := DataList.at_Object(i);
if IsSNPart(PD) then begin
PN := DataList.at_Object(i);
//Set Filler Part Property to TRUE
PN.FillerPart := true ;
This is a CNC software for nesting. So the CAD part is imported in, and a part is created. The part has parameters. This script uses the TDATA (Task Data - A task is the group of parts to nest), and the TSNPART (SN Part Data).
I know a few of the "variables" used. But they do not have a usable list of commands. Is there a way to scan a drive, database, whatever to find all of the available variables to be used in a script? I can think of 100's of scripts to write that will improve this software. But in a lot of cases, I know the data I want, I just can't find the correct call out to get it. Hope I described this in an appropriate manner. Thanks for any help you might have.