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SoFullPath(3)							       Coin							     SoFullPath(3)

NAME
SoFullPath - The SoFullPath class allows examination of hidden children in paths. SoPath allows only access from the head node to the first node with hidden children, but not any further. SYNOPSIS
#include <Inventor/SoFullPath.h> Inherits SoPath. Inherited by SoTempPath. Public Member Functions void pop (void) SoNode * getTail (void) const SoNode * getNodeFromTail (const int index) const int getIndexFromTail (const int index) const int getLength (void) const Additional Inherited Members Detailed Description The SoFullPath class allows examination of hidden children in paths. SoPath allows only access from the head node to the first node with hidden children, but not any further. Since the SoFullPath is derived from SoPath and contains no private data, you can cast SoPath instances to the SoFullPath type. This will allow you to examine hidden children. (Actually, you are not supposed to allocate instances of this class at all. It is only available as an 'extended interface' into the superclass SoPath.) Member Function Documentation void SoFullPath::pop (void) [inline] This method overrides SoPath::pop() to allow clients to get at all the nodes in the path. Reimplemented from SoPath. SoNode * SoFullPath::getTail (void) const This method overrides SoPath::getTail() to allow clients to get the tail node, counting internal path nodes. Reimplemented from SoPath. SoNode * SoFullPath::getNodeFromTail (const intindex) const This method overrides SoPath::getNodeFromTail() to allow clients to get the node positioned index nodes from the tail, counting internal path nodes. Reimplemented from SoPath. int SoFullPath::getIndexFromTail (const intindex) const This method overrides SoPath::getIndexFromTail() to allow clients to get the child index number for nodes based on their position from the tail, counting hidden nodes. Reimplemented from SoPath. int SoFullPath::getLength (void) const This method returns the length of the path, counting hidden nodes also. Reimplemented from SoPath. Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for Coin from the source code. Version 3.1.3 Wed May 23 2012 SoFullPath(3)

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