An object defining a property construct in a source file.
Assembly: EnvDTE (in EnvDTE.dll)
Thetype exposes the following members.
|Access||Sets or gets the access modifier of this item.|
|Attributes||Gets a collection of all of the attributes for the parent object.|
|Children||Gets a collection of objects contained within this object.|
|Collection||Gets the collection containing the object supporting this property.|
|Comment||Gets or sets the comment associated with the code element.|
|DocComment||Gets the document comment for the current code model element.|
|DTE||Gets the top-level extensibility object.|
|EndPoint||Gets the edit point that is the location of the end of the code item.|
|Extender||Gets the requested Extender if it is available for this object.|
|ExtenderCATID||Gets the Extender category ID (CATID) for the object.|
|ExtenderNames||Gets a list of available Extenders for the object.|
|FullName||Gets the full path and name of the object's file.|
|Getter||Sets or gets an object defining the code to return a property.|
|InfoLocation||Gets the capabilities of the code model object.|
|IsCodeType||Gets whether a CodeType object can be obtained from this object.|
|Kind||Gets an enumeration indicating the type of object.|
|Language||Gets the programming language used to author the code.|
|Name||Sets or gets the name of the object.|
|Parent||Gets the immediate parent object of a object.|
|ProjectItem||Gets the ProjectItem associated with the given object.|
|Prototype||Returns a string holding the stub definition of this object.|
|Setter||Sets or gets an object defining the code to set a property.|
|StartPoint||Returns a TextPoint object that defines the beginning of the code item.|
|Type||Sets or gets an object representing the programmatic type.|
The object represents a property and determines how properties are defined in the various languages. For example, in Visual Basic, if you have two separate functions, one for getting a value and one for putting it, together they form a property. In Visual C#, however, there is one declaration form for declaring a property and specifying whether it has a getter and a setter.
The values of code model elements such as classes, structs, functions, attributes, delegates, and so forth can be non-deterministic after making certain kinds of edits, meaning that their values cannot be relied upon to always remain the same. For more information, see the section Code Model Element Values Can Change in Discovering Code by Using the Code Model (Visual Basic).