Gets the next Inline element that is a peer to this element.
Assembly: PresentationFramework (in PresentationFramework.dll)
The following example shows how to use the property.
// A host paragraph to hold the example Inline elements.. Paragraph par = new Paragraph(); // Some arbitrary Inline elements. Run run1 = new Run("Text run number 1."); Run run2 = new Run("Text run number 2."); Bold bold = new Bold(new Run("Bold text.")); Italic ital = new Italic(new Run("Italic text.")); Span span1 = new Span(new Run("Span number 1")); Span span2 = new Span(new Run("Span number 2")); // Add the Inline elements to the Paragraph. Note the order // of the inline elements in the paragraph; the order is // arbitrary, but the notion of an order is important with // respect to what are 'previous' and 'next' elements. par.Inlines.Add(run1); par.Inlines.Add(run2); par.Inlines.Add(bold); par.Inlines.Add(ital); par.Inlines.Add(span1); par.Inlines.Add(span2);
// After this line executes, "nextSibling" holds "run2", which is // the next peer-level Inline following "run1". Inline nextSibling = run1.NextInline; // After this line executes, "nextSibling" holds "span1", which is // the next peer-level Inline following "ital". nextSibling = ital.NextInline; // After this line executes, "nextSibling" is null, since "span2" is the // last Inline element in the Paragraph. nextSibling = span2.NextInline;
Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core Role not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core Role supported with SP1 or later; Itanium not supported)
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