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PointBatchPrimitiveSetPartialCartographic Method (CentralBody, IEnumerableCartographic, IEnumerableColor, IEnumerableInt32)

For convenience. Updates a subset of positions and/or colors in a point batch using Cartographic positions. Longitude and latitude are in radians, and altitude is in meters. This is equivalent to converting each position in positions to Cartesian and calling SetPartial

Namespace:  AGI.Foundation.Graphics
Assembly:  AGI.Foundation.Graphics (in AGI.Foundation.Graphics.dll) Version: 24.1.418.0 (24.1.418.0)
public void SetPartialCartographic(
	CentralBody centralBody,
	IEnumerable<Cartographic> positions,
	IEnumerable<Color> colors,
	IEnumerable<int> indices


Type: AGI.Foundation.CelestialCentralBody
The central body the positions are defined on.
Type: System.Collections.GenericIEnumerableCartographic
A collection of new positions used to update a subset of positions in the point batch.
Type: System.Collections.GenericIEnumerableColor
A collection of new colors used to update a subset of colors in the point batch. There must be one color for each position in positions.
Type: System.Collections.GenericIEnumerableInt32
A collection of zero-based indices that map a corresponding position in positions to a position already in the primitive. For example, if a primitive is first given 5 positions with a call to Set, positions 1 and 3 can be modified with SetPartial by passing in positions containing two new positions and an indices collection with two elements, e.g. [1, 3]. The first position in positions will modify the position at index 1 in the primitive and the second will modify the position at index 3.
ArgumentNullExceptioncentralBody is .
InvalidOperationException The primitive's ReferenceFrame is not equal to centralBody fixed frame.

centralBody is used to convert positions to Cartesian. The primitive's ReferenceFrame must be equal to the centralBody fixed frame. If the primitive's ReferenceFrame is changed after calling this method, the Cartesian positions stored by the primitive are not modified and are unlikely to represent the original Cartographic positions provided to this method.

See SetPartial for a full discussion.

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