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The following table gives the strings that are accepted by the SDK for units.
All the strings in the same row are identical in meaning.
When the units are listed as a structure or as a string, enter the empty string, or simply NULL, in the units parameter of this function call.
For example: hr = Sim Connect_Add To Data Definition(h Sim Connect, DEFINITION_1, "Kohlsman setting hg", "in Hg"); hr = Sim Connect_Add To Data Definition(h Sim Connect, DEFINITION_1, "Indicated Altitude", "feet"); hr = Sim Connect_Add To Data Definition(h Sim Connect, DEFINITION_1, "Plane Latitude", "degrees"); hr = Sim Connect_Add To Data Definition(h Sim Connect, DEFINITION_1, "Plane Longitude", "degrees"); hr = Sim Connect_Add To Data Definition(h Sim Connect, DEFINITION_2, "Category", null); \ string hr = Sim Connect_Add To Data Definition(h Sim Connect, DEFINITION_2, "AI Waypoint List", null); \ structure Unless the Units column in the following table identifies the units as a structure or a string, the data will be returned by default in a signed 64 bit floating point value.
Fuel tanks used, one or more of the following bit flags: Center 1 Bit 0 Center 2 Bit 1 Center 3 Bit 2 Left Main Bit 3 Left Aux Bit 4 Left Tip Bit 5 Right Main Bit 6 Right Aux Bit 7 Right Tip Bit 8 External 1 Bit 9 External 2 Bit 10 Fuel tanks used, one or more of the following bit flags: Center 1 Bit 0 Center 2 Bit 1 Center 3 Bit 2 Left Main Bit 3 Left Aux Bit 4 Left Tip Bit 5 Right Main Bit 6 Right Aux Bit 7 Right Tip Bit 8 External 1 Bit 9 External 2 Bit 10 Type of surface: 0 = Concrete 1 = Grass 2 = Water 3 = Grass_bumpy 4 = Asphalt 5 = Short_grass 6 = Long_grass 7 = Hard_turf 8 = Snow 9 = Ice 10 = Urban 11 = Forest 12 = Dirt 13 = Coral 14 = Gravel 15 = Oil_treated 16 = Steel_mats 17 = Bituminus 18 = Brick 19 = Macadam 20 = Planks 21 = Sand 22 = Shale 23 = Tarmac 24 = Wright_flyer_track If the GPS DRIVES NAV1 variable is true and the HSI BEARING VALID variable is true, this variable contains the HSI needle bearing.
If the GPS DRIVES NAV1 variable is false and the HSI BEARING VALID variable is true, this variable contains the ADF1 frequency.
Waypoint type within approach mode : 0 = None 1 = Fix 2 = Procedure turn left 3 = Procedure turn right 4 = Dme arc left 5 = Dme arc right 6 = Holding left 7 = Holding right 8 = Distance 9 = Altitude 10 = Manual sequence 11 = Vector to final Returns bit flags with the following meaning: BIT7: 0= VOR 1= Localizer BIT6: 1= glideslope available BIT5: 1= no localizer backcourse BIT4: 1= DME transmitter at glide slope transmitter BIT3: 1= no nav signal available BIT2: 1= voice available BIT1: 1 = TACAN available BIT0: 1= DME available If units are set as boolean, returns True if a sling object is attached.
If units are set as a string, returns the container title of the object. The string is the same as the one shown in the Parking column of the Traffic Explorer dialog, and is made up in the form: Name Number, Type ( radius ) For example: Ramp 1, RAMP sml (10m) Gate G 4, RAMP lrg (18m) Refer also to the Taxiway Parking section of the Compiling BGL document. Estimated time of departure for the current schedule entry, given as the number of seconds difference from the current simulation time.
There can be multiple sling positions, indexed from 1. If the object is an aircraft under ATC control the string will be one of: "init" "sleep" "flt plan" "startup" "preflight support" "clearance" "push back 1" "push back 2" "pre taxi out" "taxi out" "takeoff 1" "takeoff 2" "T&G depart" "enroute" "pattern" "landing" "rollout" "go around" "taxi in" "shutdown" "postflight support" If the AI object is not an aircraft under ATC control, the string is one of: "Sleep" "Waypoint" "Takeoff" "Landing" "Taxi" This string also appears in the State column of the Traffic Explorer tool dialog. This can be negative if ETD is earlier than the current simulation time. Estimated time of arrival for the current schedule entry, given as the number of seconds difference from the current simulated time. This value will be 0 before the catapult fires, and then up to 100 as the aircraft is propelled down the catapult.
The sling positions are set in the Aircraft Configuration File. This can be negative if ETA is earlier than the current simulated time. The aircraft may takeoff before the value reaches 100 (depending on the aircraft weight, power applied, and other factors), in which case this value will not be further updated.