Identifies the constants that define the properties of a variable.
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.
Assemblies: System.Runtime.InteropServices (in System.Runtime.InteropServices.dll)
mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
|The variable supports data binding.|
|The variable is the single property that best represents the object. Only one variable in type information can have this attribute.|
|Permits an optimization in which the compiler looks for a member named "xyz" on the type of "abc". If such a member is found and is flagged as an accessor function for an element of the default collection, then a call is generated to that member function. Permitted on members in dispinterfaces and interfaces; not permitted on modules.|
|The variable is displayed to the user as bindable. VARFLAG_FBINDABLE must also be set.|
|The variable should not be displayed to the user in a browser, although it exists and is bindable.|
|The variable is mapped as individual bindable properties.|
|The variable appears in an object browser, but not in a properties browser.|
|Assignment to the variable should not be allowed.|
|Tags the interface as having default behaviors.|
|When set, any attempt to directly change the property results in a call to IPropertyNotifySink::OnRequestEdit. The implementation of OnRequestEdit determines if the change is accepted.|
|The variable should not be accessible from macro languages. This flag is intended for system-level variables or variables that you do not want type browsers to display.|
|The variable returns an object that is a source of events.|
|The variable is the default display in the user interface.|
For additional information about VARFLAGS, see the MSDN Library.
The common language runtime throws an exception when a COM method in native code returns an HRESULT. For more information, see How to: Map HRESULTs and Exceptions.