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ResultsLocation Property

Visual Studio .NET 2003

Sets or returns the location where the results are shown in a bulk search operation.

[Visual Basic .NET]
Public Property ResultsLocation() As vsFindResultsLocation
[Visual Basic 6]
Property Get ResultsLocation() As vsFindResultsLocation
Property Let ResultsLocation( _
   ByVal NewValue As vsFindResultsLocation _
HRESULT __stdcall get_ResultsLocation(
   /* [out, retval] */ vsFindResultsLocation* retVal
HRESULT __stdcall put_ResultsLocation(
   /* [in] */ vsFindResultsLocation NewValue
public vsFindResultsLocation ResultsLocation {get; set;}
[JScript .NET]
public function get ResultsLocation() : vsFindResultsLocation
public function set ResultsLocation(
   NewValue : vsFindResultsLocation


Required. A vsFindResultsLocation constant. There are two possible results lists where Find results can display. You can perform two searches without overwriting the results of the first search. Using NewValue, you can determine the result list in which to place the Find results.


Sub ResultsLocationExample()
   Dim objTextDoc As TextDocument
   Dim objEditPt As EditPoint
   Dim iCtr As Integer
   Dim objFind As Find

   ' Create a new text file.
   DTE.ItemOperations.NewFile("General\Text File")

   ' Get a handle to the new document and create an EditPoint.
   objTextDoc = DTE.ActiveDocument.Object("TextDocument")
   objEditPt = objTextDoc.StartPoint.CreateEditPoint
   objFind = objTextDoc.DTE.Find

   ' Insert ten lines of text.
   For iCtr = 1 To 10
      objEditPt.Insert("This is a test." & Chr(13))
   Next iCtr

   ' Set the find options.
   objFind.Action = vsFindAction.vsFindActionReplaceAll
   objFind.Backwards = False
   objFind.FilesOfType = "*.txt"
   objFind.FindWhat = "test"
   objFind.KeepModifiedDocumentsOpen = True
   objFind.MatchCase = False
   objFind.MatchInHiddenText = False
   objFind.MatchWholeWord = True
   objFind.PatternSyntax = vsFindPatternSyntax.vsFindPatternSyntaxLiteral
   objFind.ReplaceWith = "NEW THING"
   objFind.ResultsLocation = vsFindResultsLocation.vsFindResultsNone
   objFind.SearchPath = "c:\temp"
   objFind.SearchSubfolders = False
   objFind.Target = vsFindTarget.vsFindTargetCurrentDocument
   ' Perform the Find operation.
End Sub

See Also

FindReplace Method

Applies To: Find Object