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ExpressionTextBox.UseLocationExpression Property

.NET Framework (current version)

Gets or sets a value that determines whether this instance uses the location expression.

Namespace:   System.Activities.Presentation.View
Assembly:  System.Activities.Presentation (in System.Activities.Presentation.dll)

public bool UseLocationExpression { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: System.Boolean

true if this instance uses the location expression; otherwise, false.

A location expression (or L-value expression) is a type of expression that evaluates to an identifier and can be placed on the left hand side of an assignment statement. When you are binding the ExpressionTextBox to an Out argument, you would set this property to True.

.NET Framework
Available since 4.0
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