Uses the guid to find a model component. Deleted objects cannot be found by id.
The guid is the value that is stored in the .Id property.
In a single document, no two active objects have the same guid. If an object is
replaced with a new object, then the guid persists. For example, if the _Move command
moves an object, then the moved object inherits its guid from the starting object.
If the Copy command copies an object, then the copy gets a new guid. This guid persists
through file saving/openning operations. This function will not find grip objects.
RhinoCommon (in RhinoCommon.dll)
public virtual T FindId(
Public Overridable Function FindId (
id As Guid
) As T
- Type: SystemGuid
ID of model component to search for.
Reference to the rhino object with the objectId or null if no such object could be found.
Rhino for WindowsSupported in: 6.8