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ParameterizedString Class

Represents a string that has embedded parameters.


Namespace:  Microsoft.TeamFoundation.TestManagement.Client
Assembly:  Microsoft.TeamFoundation.TestManagement.Client (in Microsoft.TeamFoundation.TestManagement.Client.dll)

public class ParameterizedString : IEnumerable<ParameterizedStringPart>, 

The ParameterizedString type exposes the following members.

Public methodParameterizedString()Initializes a new instance of the ParameterizedString class.
Public methodParameterizedString(String)Initializes a new instance of the ParameterizedString class by using the given string.
Public methodParameterizedString(XmlReader)Initializes a new instance of the ParameterizedString class by using the provided XML reader.
Public methodParameterizedString(IEnumerable<ParameterizedStringPart>)Initializes a new instance of the ParameterizedString class by using the provided list of parameter parts.

Public propertyCountGets the number of parts in the string.
Public propertyStatic memberEmptyGets an empty parameterized string.
Public propertyFlowDocumentString
Public propertyItemGets the parameter part at the given index of the list of parts.
Public propertyParameterNamesGets a read-only collection of parameter names from the list of parameter parts.

Public methodCopyReturns a copy of this parameterized string.
Public methodEquals(Object)Returns a value that indicates whether two objects are equal. (Overrides Object.Equals(Object).)
Public methodEquals(ParameterizedString)Returns a value that indicates whether the provided parameterized string is equal to this parameterized string.
Protected methodFinalizeAllows an object to try to free resources and perform other cleanup operations before it is reclaimed by garbage collection. (Inherited from Object.)
Public methodStatic memberFromFlowDocument
Public methodFromXmlLoads the parameters by using the provided XML reader.
Public methodGetEnumeratorReturns an enumerator that iterates through the parameter parts collection of this parameterized string.
Public methodGetHashCodeReturns the hash code for this instance. (Overrides Object.GetHashCode().)
Public methodStatic memberGetParameterNamingErrorMessageReturns the localized message to be returned for an attempt to add a parameter part by using an invalid parameter name.
Public methodGetTypeGets the Type of the current instance. (Inherited from Object.)
Public methodStatic memberIsValidParameterNameReturns a value that indicates whether the provided name is a valid parameter name.
Protected methodMemberwiseCloneCreates a shallow copy of the current Object. (Inherited from Object.)
Public methodRenameParameterRenames the specified parameter by using the given new name and returns the changed parameterized string.
Public methodReplaceParameterReplaces the specified parameter value by using the given replacement text.
Public methodToPlainText
Public methodToStringReturns this parameterized string object as a string. (Overrides Object.ToString().)
Public methodToXmlCreates an XML representation of this parameterized string and saves it to the provided XML writer.

Public operatorStatic memberEqualityReturns the operator to use in code for equality (==).
Public operatorStatic memberImplicit(String to ParameterizedString)Converts a string to a parameterized string.
Public operatorStatic memberImplicit(ParameterizedString to String)Returns an operator that can be used for implicit comparison of parameterized strings.
Public operatorStatic memberInequalityReturns a value that indicates whether two objects are not equal.

Public fieldStatic memberElementNameContains the name of the element to use when this parameterized string object is saved to XML.

Explicit interface implemetationPrivate methodIEnumerable.GetEnumeratorReturns an enumerator that iterates through a collection.

There are two ways to examine such a string... one is as a flat string with embedded parameters, another is as a list of strings and parameter references (names) Rule 1: There is no such thing as an illegal string the parsing rules are intentionally generous Here are some example string forms, together with what they will parse to "Put the @@object on the @@support" -> "Put the ", object, " on the ", support Escaping is optional, if the character following the @ is not a valid identifier lead character, or the string ends in an @ sign, the text is treated as a literal "An @ sign on its own may be OK" -> "An @ sign on its own may be OK" A parameter name must comply with C# identifier rules so for example when parsing a parameter, we stop after the first space: "Log in with @@domain @@user" -> "Log in with ", domain, " ", user If there is literal text immediately following a parameter name, then it may have to be separated "The plural of @@WORD is @@WORD@@s" -> "The plural of ", WORD, " is", WORD, "s" Juxtaposing two parameters without intervening space also requires the terminating @@ sign Enter the compound word @@prefix@@suffix -> "Enter the compound word ", prefix, suffix After the parameter, a ? indicates that the parameter value to be treated as if it were null (even it has been previously set) In a manual test context, this means that in the next example SessionId will always be requested and the new value will be used, even if it had an old value "Check the value of the @?SessionId" Case is not significant for parameters names, in the following string the parameter called "TESTVALUE" is used two times "Enter the test @@TESTVALUE @@testvalue

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.
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