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Assembly: EnvDTE (in envdte.dll)
'Declaration <GuidAttribute("0CFBC2BB-0D4E-11D3-8997-00C04F688DDE")> _ Public Interface CodeProperty 'Usage Dim instance As CodeProperty
/** @attribute GuidAttribute("0CFBC2BB-0D4E-11D3-8997-00C04F688DDE") */ public interface CodeProperty
The CodeProperty 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.