SOLVED how to insert a gradiet with step interperation?

hello!
i want to insert a gradient with step interperation.
but this code"grad.SetData(c4d.GRADIENT_INTERPOLATION, c4d.GRADIENT_INTERPOLATION_NONE)"seems don't work.
i want to know where do i made a mistake?
this is my code:

import c4d
from c4d import gui

def main():
    newMat=c4d.BaseMaterial(c4d.Mmaterial)             #create a new material
    newShader=c4d.BaseShader(c4d.Xgradient)            #create a new gradient shader 
    newShader[c4d.SLA_GRADIENT_TYPE]=2001              #change type to 2D-v 

    grad=newShader[c4d.SLA_GRADIENT_GRADIENT]       #get the gradient gui
    grad.SetData(c4d.GRADIENT_INTERPOLATION, c4d.GRADIENT_INTERPOLATION_NONE) #Change the interpolation

    newShader[c4d.SLA_GRADIENT_GRADIENT]=grad           #reassigned the gradient
    newMat[c4d.MATERIAL_COLOR_SHADER]=newShader         #gradient to color channel
    newMat.InsertShader(newShader)                      #insert shader

    doc.InsertMaterial(newMat)                          #insert material

    newMat.Message(c4d.MSG_UPDATE )
    newMat.Update( True, True )
    c4d.EventAdd()


if __name__=='__main__':
    main()

Hi, @milkliu, unfortunately, the documentation was not updated to R20 change of the Gradient class.
But this will be done for the next release.

With that's said, now as you may have seen, Interpolation are stored per knot and not global to the whole gradient. So after R20 Cinema4D have a GRADIENT_KNOT BaseContainer which holds all knots information.
Here a full example to use it.

import c4d

def main():
    # Create a new material
    newMat = c4d.BaseMaterial(c4d.Mmaterial)
    
    # Create a new gradient shader 
    newShader = c4d.BaseShader(c4d.Xgradient)
    
    # Change type to 2D-v 
    newShader[c4d.SLA_GRADIENT_TYPE] = c4d.SLA_GRADIENT_TYPE_2D_V

    # Get the Gradient gui
    grad = newShader[c4d.SLA_GRADIENT_GRADIENT]
    
    # Get the BaseContainer for all Knots
    bcAllKnots = grad.GetData(c4d.GRADIENT_KNOT)
    
    # Iterate over the knots and define their interpolations to linear
    for k, knotBc in bcAllKnots:
        knotBc[c4d.GRADIENTKNOT_INTERPOLATION] = c4d.GRADIENT_INTERPOLATION_NONE
        
    # Set the position of the second knot to 0,5
    # We use GetIndexData/SetIndexData because all knot basecontainer get 0 as Id.
    knotBc = bcAllKnots.GetIndexData(1)
    knotBc[c4d.GRADIENTKNOT_POSITION] = 0.5
    bcAllKnots.SetIndexData(1, knotBc)
    
    # Then we push back our modification to the basecontainer stored in the Gradient Gui
    grad.SetData(c4d.GRADIENT_KNOT, bcAllKnots)
    
    # Reassigned the gradient
    newShader[c4d.SLA_GRADIENT_GRADIENT] = grad
    
    # Gradient to color channel
    newMat[c4d.MATERIAL_COLOR_SHADER] = newShader
    
    # Insert shader into the mat
    newMat.InsertShader(newShader)

    # Insert material in the doc
    doc.InsertMaterial(newMat)

    # Update the document
    c4d.EventAdd()

if __name__=='__main__':
    main()

If you have any question, please let me know.
Cheers,
Maxime.

yeah! I got it!
Thank you very much!