Regex::CompileToAssembly Method (array<RegexCompilationInfo>, AssemblyName)
Compiles one or more specified Regex objects to a named assembly.
Assembly: System (in System.dll)
[HostProtectionAttribute(SecurityAction::LinkDemand, MayLeakOnAbort = true)] public: static void CompileToAssembly( array<RegexCompilationInfo^>^ regexinfos, AssemblyName^ assemblyname )
- Type: array<System.Text.RegularExpressions::RegexCompilationInfo>
An array that describes the regular expressions to compile.
- Type: System.Reflection::AssemblyName
The file name of the assembly.
The method generates a .NET Framework assembly in which each regular expression defined in the regexinfos array is represented by a class. Typically, the method is called from a separate application that generates an assembly of compiled regular expressions. Each regular expression included in the assembly has the following characteristics:
It is derived from the Regex class.
It is assigned the fully qualified name that is defined by the fullnamespace and name parameters of its corresponding RegexCompilationInfo object.
It has a default (or parameterless) constructor.
Ordinarily, the code that instantiates and uses the compiled regular expression is found in an assembly or application that is separate from the code that creates the assembly.
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The following example creates an assembly named RegexLib.dll. The assembly includes two compiled regular expressions. The first, Utilities.RegularExpressions.DuplicatedString, matches two identical contiguous words. The second, Utilities.RegularExpressions.EmailAddress, checks whether a string has the correct format to be an e-mail address.
The regular expression that checks a string for duplicate words is then instantiated and used by the following example.
Successful compilation of this second example requires a reference to RegexLib.dll (the assembly created by the first example) to be added to the project.
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