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PassiveEntity Property

Specifies whether passive entity (server9 or active entity (client). When this property is true the setting is to passive entity, and when false to active entity.

ValueDescription
truePassive entity
falseActive entity

There is not clear standard as to whether a tool is A passive or an active entity. However, since there are many cases in which setting the tool side as a passive entity is logical, in modern-day interpretations it is more common to set tools as passive entities. Bop can accommodate both settings.

Syntax

Visual Basic

PassiveEntity As Boolean


Visual C++

BOOL GetPassiveEntity();
void SetPassiveEntity(BOOL bNewValue);

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