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CodeClass.AddStruct Method

Creates a new structure code construct and inserts the code in the correct location.

Namespace:  EnvDTE
Assembly:  EnvDTE (in EnvDTE.dll)

CodeStruct AddStruct(
	string Name,
	Object Position,
	Object Bases,
	Object ImplementedInterfaces,
	vsCMAccess Access
)

Parameters

Name
Type: System.String

Required. The name of the new structure.

Position
Type: System.Object

Optional. Default = 0. The code element after which to add the new element. If the value is a CodeElement, then the new element is added immediately after it.

If the value is a Long, then AddStruct indicates the element after which to add the new element.

Because collections begin their count at 1, passing 0 indicates that the new element should be placed at the beginning of the collection. A value of -1 means the element should be placed at the end.

Bases
Type: System.Object

Required. Default value is Nothing. A variant that holds a SafeArray of fully qualified type names or CodeInterface objects from which the new interface derives.

ImplementedInterfaces
Type: System.Object

Required. Default value is Nothing. A SafeArray of fully qualified type names or CodeInterface objects, each representing interfaces that the new class promises to implement.

Access
Type: EnvDTE.vsCMAccess

Optional. A vsCMAccess constant.

Return Value

Type: EnvDTE.CodeStruct
A CodeStruct object.

Visual C++ requires the colon-separated (::) format for its fully qualified type names. All other languages support the period-separated format.

The correctness of the arguments is determined by the language behind the code model.

NoteNote

The values of code model elements such as classes, structs, functions, attributes, delegates, and so forth can be non-deterministic after making certain kinds of edits, meaning that their values cannot be relied upon to always remain the same. For more information, see the section Code Model Element Values Can Change in Discovering Code by Using the Code Model (Visual Basic).

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