TPBDRigidParticles

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Inheritance Hierarchy

References

Module

Chaos

Header

/Engine/Source/Runtime/Experimental/Chaos/Public/Chaos/Declares.h

Include

#include "Chaos/Declares.h"

Syntax

template<class T, int d>
class TPBDRigidParticles : public Chaos::TRigidParticles< T, d >

Constructors

Name Description

Public function

TPBDRigidParticles()

Public function

TPBDRigidParticles

(
    const TPBDRigidParticles < T, d >& ...
)

Public function

TPBDRigidParticles

(
    TPBDRigidParticles < T, d >&& Other
)

Destructors

Name Description

Public function Virtual

~TPBDRigidParticles()

Functions

Name Description

Public function

THandleType ...

 

Handle

(
    int32 Index
)

Cannot be reference because double pointer would allow for badness, but still useful to have non const access to handle

Public function Const

const THandl ...

 

Handle

(
    int32 Index
)

Public function Const

const TVecto ...

 

P

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function

TVector < T, ...

 

P

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function Const

const TVecto ...

 

PreV

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function

TVector < T, ...

 

PreV

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function Const

const TVecto ...

 

PreW

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function

TVector < T, ...

 

PreW

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function Const

const TRotat ...

 

Q

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function

TRotation < T...

 

Q

(
    const int32 index
)

Public function

void

 

SetObjectState

(
    int32 Index,
    EObjectStateType InObjectState
)

Public function

void

 

SetSleeping

(
    int32 Index,
    bool bSleeping
)

Public function Const

FString

 

ToString

(
    int32 index
)

Overridden from TGeometryParticlesImp

Name Description

Public function Virtual

void

 

Serialize

(
    FChaosArchive & Ar
)

Typedefs

Name

Description

THandleType

Must be reinterpret cast instead of static_cast as it's a forward declare.

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