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#1 2016-01-13 12:00:52

Senior Member
From: Trollhättan, Sweden
Registered: 2005-02-23
Posts: 60

Conditional substitutions - good, bad or completely unnecessary?


I really try to avoid Substitutions if not really really the "last resort", but sometimes it's the way to go.

I just throw the questions out, without giving any example of where to be used: Do you see any advantages of having the possibility to put conditions on substitutions?

I do. Sometimes...  roll

Svante Eriksson
System owner
GKN Aerospace Engine Systems Sweden
Vericut 7.2.1, 7.3.4, 7.4 - NX 9.0.3


#2 2016-01-14 05:20:26

Senior Member
From: U.S.
Registered: 2005-03-31
Posts: 351

Re: Conditional substitutions - good, bad or completely unnecessary?

I remember to have resorted to some like that somewhen... but not an usual thing for me...

Daniel Santos


#3 2016-01-14 23:08:24

Senior Member
From: Valencia, CA
Registered: 2005-08-20
Posts: 304

Re: Conditional substitutions - good, bad or completely unnecessary?

Hi Svante
I think your suggestion is interesting,  I expect it can feasibly be added to Vericut.  If I understand correctly…..what you want is to do something like this.
IF/M=3    SUB/S/Q
IF/M=4    SUB/S/R
My question is, what is the use case?  I might need your conditional substitutions someday. But I cannot think of a reason right now.  Please give me an ideas how you would use this in practice.

Last edited by DaveF (2016-01-14 23:08:55)

Dave Frank
Aerospace Dynamics International, PCC
Valencia Ca
"Where else can you have this much fun,.......and get paid???."


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