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Visual Studio 2008
A constant specifying prototype options.
Assembly: EnvDTE (in EnvDTE.dll)
|Indicates that the code element's full name should be used if it is applicable. This means that classes and namespaces, for example, would have fully qualified names.|
|Do not include the name in the prototype string. This flag is incompatible with other flags that request specific name information.|
|If the code element is a member of a class, then include the element's name qualified with a prefix of the class name and a period (.).|
|Include parameter types in the prototype string.|
|Include parameter names in the prototype string.|
|Include parameter default value expressions in the prototype string.|
|Returns a unique specifier suitable for indexing or searching for this code element later. This can be used, for example, for inserting text to create an overridden or overloaded code element.|
|Prefix the returned string with the function or variable's type.|
|Include the variable's initialization expression in the prototype string.|