Describes the original settings of the TYPEFLAGS in the COM type library from which the type was imported.
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.Namespace: System.Runtime.InteropServices
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
|A type description that describes an Application object.|
|Instances of the type can be created by ITypeInfo::CreateInstance.|
|The type is licensed.|
|The type is predefined. The client application should automatically create a single instance of the object that has this attribute. The name of the variable that points to the object is the same as the class name of the object.|
|The type should not be displayed to browsers.|
|The type is a control from which other types will be derived, and should not be displayed to users.|
|The interface supplies both IDispatch and V-table binding.|
|The interface cannot add members at run time.|
|The types used in the interface are fully compatible with Automation, including vtable binding support.|
|This flag is intended for system-level types or types that type browsers should not display.|
|The class supports aggregation.|
|The object supports IConnectionPointWithDefault, and has default behaviors.|
|Indicates that the interface derives from IDispatch, either directly or indirectly.|
|Indicates base interfaces should be checked for name resolution before checking child interfaces. This is the reverse of the default behavior.|
TypeLibTypeFlags is used along with the TypeLibTypeAttribute. The flags are retained for reference only. They are not used by the common language runtime.
For more information, see TYPEFLAGS in the MSDN library.
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