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IPolynomialXform.ApplyRotation Method (ArcObjects .NET 10.8 SDK)
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IPolynomialXform.ApplyRotation Method

Applies a rotation to the polynomial.

[Visual Basic .NET]
Public Sub ApplyRotation ( _
    ByVal direction As esriTransformDirection, _
    ByVal pPivotPoint As IPoint, _
    ByVal degree As Double _
public void ApplyRotation (
    esriTransformDirection direction,
    IPoint pPivotPoint,
    double degree
HRESULT ApplyRotation(
  esriTransformDirection direction,
  IPoint* pPivotPoint,
  double degree
direction [in]

direction is a parameter of type esriTransformDirection pPivotPoint [in]
pPivotPoint is a parameter of type IPoint* degree [in]
degree is a parameter of type double

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.


ApplyRotation method append an xform to the existing PolynomialXform. To define a rotation transformation for work with raster data using this method, you must define both forward and inverse transformation.

For example, to define a rotation of 45 degree unclockwise, you need to call


pPolynomialXform.ApplyRotate TransformationForward, 45

pPolynomialXform.ApplyRotate TransformationReverse, -45


See Also

IPolynomialXform Interface