Support,

How can I get the dimensions of an explicit structured grid by means of Python code, please?

```
print(grid.GetDimensions())
TypeError: GetDimensions() takes exactly 1 argument (0 given)
```

GetDimensions returns nothing.

Support,

How can I get the dimensions of an explicit structured grid by means of Python code, please?

```
print(grid.GetDimensions())
TypeError: GetDimensions() takes exactly 1 argument (0 given)
```

GetDimensions returns nothing.

The function `vtkExplicitStructuredGrid::GetDimensions`

expects an array of 3 integers as parameter.

As an alternative, you can use the `GetExtent()`

function (with no parameter) and you get an array of 6 ints (couples of min, max per dimension). The dimensions returned by `GetDimensions()`

correspond to:

```
dims[0] = ext[1] - ext[0] + 1;
dims[1] = ext[3] - ext[2] + 1;
dims[2] = ext[5] - ext[4] + 1;
```

The function vtkExplicitStructuredGrid::GetDimensions expects an array of 3 integers as parameter.

I thought there was a way to pass a parameter through Python.

As an alternative, you can use the GetExtent() function (with no parameter)…

Yes, you’re right! Thank you!