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ISymbolWriter.DefineSequencePoints Method

Defines a group of sequence points within the current method.

[Visual Basic]
Sub DefineSequencePoints( _
   ByVal document As ISymbolDocumentWriter, _
   ByVal offsets() As Integer, _
   ByVal lines() As Integer, _
   ByVal columns() As Integer, _
   ByVal endLines() As Integer, _
   ByVal endColumns() As Integer _
void DefineSequencePoints(
   ISymbolDocumentWriter document,
 int[] offsets,
 int[] lines,
 int[] columns,
 int[] endLines,
 int[] endColumns
void DefineSequencePoints(
   ISymbolDocumentWriter* document,
 int offsets __gc[],
 int lines __gc[],
 int columns __gc[],
 int endLines __gc[],
 int endColumns __gc[]
function DefineSequencePoints(
   document : ISymbolDocumentWriter,
 offsets : int[],
 lines : int[],
 columns : int[],
 endLines : int[],
 endColumns : int[]


The document object for which the sequence points are being defined.
The sequence point offsets measured from the beginning of methods.
The document lines for the sequence points.
The document positions for the sequence points.
The document end lines for the sequence points.
The document end positions for the sequence points.


Each line and each column defines the start of a statement within a method. The arrays should be sorted in the increasing order of offsets. The offset is always the offset from the start of the method, in bytes.


Platforms: Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 2000, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003 family

See Also

ISymbolWriter Interface | ISymbolWriter Members | System.Diagnostics.SymbolStore Namespace