Returns the number of nodes with respect to different sources.
[Visual Basic .NET] Public Sub GetNodeSourceCounts ( _ ByRef pcOriginal As Integer, _ ByRef pcSuper As Integer, _ ByRef pcDensified As Integer, _ ByRef pcIntersection As Integer, _ ByRef pcUnknown As Integer _ )
[C#] public void GetNodeSourceCounts ( ref int pcOriginal, ref int pcSuper, ref int pcDensified, ref int pcIntersection, ref int pcUnknown );
[C++] HRESULT GetNodeSourceCounts( long* pcOriginal, long* pcSuper, long* pcDensified, long* pcIntersection, long* pcUnknown );
ParameterspcOriginal [out] pcOriginal is a parameter of type long pcSuper [out] pcSuper is a parameter of type long pcDensified [out] pcDensified is a parameter of type long pcIntersection [out] pcIntersection is a parameter of type long pcUnknown [out] pcUnknown is a parameter of type long
Returns the total number of nodes in the TIN for each source type. The different types include original, densified, intersection, supernode, and unknown.
TINs do not yet persist node source information. It is only maintained while the TIN is is edit mode. This means after a TIN has been saved to disk, all nodes, except for super nodes, become unknown.
See also: ITinAdvanced2.GetNodeSource, ITinNode2.Source