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IMetaDataEmit::DefineTypeDef Method

Creates a type definition for a common language runtime type, and gets a metadata token for that type definition.

HRESULT DefineTypeDef ( 
    [in]  LPCWSTR     szTypeDef, 
    [in]  DWORD       dwTypeDefFlags, 
    [in]  mdToken     tkExtends, 
    [in]  mdToken     rtkImplements[], 
    [out] mdTypeDef   *ptd
);

szTypeDef

[in] The name of the type in Unicode.

dwTypeDefFlags

[in] TypeDef attributes. This is a bitmask of CoreTypeAttr values.

tkExtends

[in] The token of the base class. It must be either an mdTypeDef or an mdTypeRef token.

rtkImplements

[in] An array of tokens specifying the interfaces that this class or interface implements.

ptd

[out] The mdTypeDef token assigned.

A flag in dwTypeDefFlags specifies whether the type being created is a common type system reference type (class or interface) or a common type system value type.

Depending on the parameters supplied, this method, as a side effect, may also create an mdInterfaceImpl record for each interface that is inherited or implemented by this type. However, this method does not return any of these mdInterfaceImpl tokens. If a client wants to later add or modify an mdInterfaceImpl token, it must use the IMetaDataImport interface to enumerate them. If you want to use COM semantics of the [default] interface, you should supply the default interface as the first element in rtkImplements; a custom attribute set on the class will indicate that the class has a default interface (which is always assumed to be the first mdInterfaceImpl token declared for the class).

Each element of the rtkImplements array holds an mdTypeDef or mdTypeRef token. The last element in the array must be mdTokenNil.

Platforms: See .NET Framework System Requirements.

Header: Cor.h

Library: Used as a resource in MSCorEE.dll

.NET Framework Versions: 4.5, 4, 3.5 SP1, 3.5, 3.0 SP1, 3.0, 2.0 SP1, 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

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