An instance representing a 1D float curve encoded via a sorted list of FloatCurveKeys.
FloatCurveKeys are value-time points that represent the changes in value over time. The changes of a single value over time are represented by a curve. Animators can edit keys to modify a curve. The shape of the curve is dictated by the KeyInterpolationMode chosen at each key.
Removes a given number of Keys starting from a given index. Returns the number of keys that were removed.
The first returned value is the index of the last key with key.time <= time (or min(1,length) if no key was found). The second returned value is the index of the first key with key.time >= time or the length of the curve if no key was found satisfying the inequality.
Adds the key passed as argument to this curve. If a key exists at the same time it will be replaced. First return value is true if a key was added, false if a previous key was replaced. Second return value is the index at which the marker was added.
Resets this curve's keys using the FloatCurveKey array passed as argument. Keys in the keysArray are sorted in ascending time order before insertion. Keys at duplicated times are removed in a stable manner. Returns the number of keys actually inserted.
Keys previously stored in this curve are removed before the keys passed as arguments are added.