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ReadOnlyCollectionBase.InnerList, propriété

Obtient la liste des éléments contenus dans l'instance de ReadOnlyCollectionBase.

Espace de noms : System.Collections
Assembly : mscorlib (dans mscorlib.dll)

protected ArrayList InnerList { get; }
/** @property */
protected ArrayList get_InnerList ()

protected function get InnerList () : ArrayList

Valeur de la propriété

ArrayList représentant l'instance de ReadOnlyCollectionBase elle-même.

La récupération de la valeur de cette propriété est une opération O(1).

Remarques à l'attention des implémenteurs Cette classe rend la collection sous-jacente disponible par l'intermédiaire de la propriété InnerList, destinée à être utilisée uniquement par les classes dérivées directement de ReadOnlyCollectionBase. La classe dérivée doit faire en sorte que ses propres utilisateurs ne puissent pas modifier la collection sous-jacente.

L'exemple de code suivant implémente la classe ReadOnlyCollectionBase.

using System;
using System.Collections;

public class ROCollection : ReadOnlyCollectionBase  {

   public ROCollection( IList sourceList )  {
      InnerList.AddRange( sourceList );
   }

   public Object this[ int index ]  {
      get  {
         return( InnerList[index] );
      }
   }

   public int IndexOf( Object value )  {
      return( InnerList.IndexOf( value ) );
   }

   public bool Contains( Object value )  {
      return( InnerList.Contains( value ) );
   }

}


public class SamplesCollectionBase  {

   public static void Main()  {

      // Create an ArrayList.
      ArrayList myAL = new ArrayList();
      myAL.Add( "red" );
      myAL.Add( "blue" );
      myAL.Add( "yellow" );
      myAL.Add( "green" );
      myAL.Add( "orange" );
      myAL.Add( "purple" );
 
      // Create a new ROCollection that contains the elements in myAL.
      ROCollection myCol = new ROCollection( myAL );

      // Display the contents of the collection using foreach. This is the preferred method.
      Console.WriteLine( "Contents of the collection (using foreach):" );
      PrintValues1( myCol );

      // Display the contents of the collection using the enumerator.
      Console.WriteLine( "Contents of the collection (using enumerator):" );
      PrintValues2( myCol );

      // Display the contents of the collection using the Count property and the Item property.
      Console.WriteLine( "Contents of the collection (using Count and Item):" );
      PrintIndexAndValues( myCol );

      // Search the collection with Contains and IndexOf.
      Console.WriteLine( "Contains yellow: {0}", myCol.Contains( "yellow" ) );
      Console.WriteLine( "orange is at index {0}.", myCol.IndexOf( "orange" ) );
      Console.WriteLine();

   }
 
   // Uses the Count property and the Item property.
   public static void PrintIndexAndValues( ROCollection myCol )  {
      for ( int i = 0; i < myCol.Count; i++ )
         Console.WriteLine( "   [{0}]:   {1}", i, myCol[i] );
      Console.WriteLine();
   }

   // Uses the foreach statement which hides the complexity of the enumerator.
   // NOTE: The foreach statement is the preferred way of enumerating the contents of a collection.
   public static void PrintValues1( ROCollection myCol )  {
      foreach ( Object obj in myCol )
         Console.WriteLine( "   {0}", obj );
      Console.WriteLine();
   }

   // Uses the enumerator. 
   // NOTE: The foreach statement is the preferred way of enumerating the contents of a collection.
   public static void PrintValues2( ROCollection myCol )  {
      System.Collections.IEnumerator myEnumerator = myCol.GetEnumerator();
      while ( myEnumerator.MoveNext() )
         Console.WriteLine( "   {0}", myEnumerator.Current );
      Console.WriteLine();
   }

}


/* 
This code produces the following output.

Contents of the collection (using foreach):
   red
   blue
   yellow
   green
   orange
   purple

Contents of the collection (using enumerator):
   red
   blue
   yellow
   green
   orange
   purple

Contents of the collection (using Count and Item):
   [0]:   red
   [1]:   blue
   [2]:   yellow
   [3]:   green
   [4]:   orange
   [5]:   purple

Contains yellow: True
orange is at index 4.

*/


import System.*;
import System.Collections.*;

public class ROCollection extends ReadOnlyCollectionBase
{
    public ROCollection(IList sourceList) 
    {
        get_InnerList().AddRange(sourceList);
    } //ROCollection
   
    /** @property 
     */
    public Object get_Item(int index)
    {
        return get_InnerList().get_Item(index);
    } //get_Item
     
    public int IndexOf(Object value) 
    {
        return get_InnerList().IndexOf(value);
    } //IndexOf
   
    public boolean Contains(Object value) 
    {
        return get_InnerList().Contains(value);
    } //Contains
} //ROCollection

public class SamplesCollectionBase
{
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        // Create an ArrayList.
        ArrayList myAL = new ArrayList();
        myAL.Add("red");
        myAL.Add("blue");
        myAL.Add("yellow");
        myAL.Add("green");
        myAL.Add("orange");
        myAL.Add("purple");
          
        // Create a new ROCollection that contains the elements in myAL.
        ROCollection myCol = new ROCollection(myAL);
          
        // Display the contents of the collection using for. This is the 
        // preferred method.
        Console.WriteLine("Contents of the collection (using for):");
        PrintValues1(myCol);
          
        // Display the contents of the collection using the enumerator.
        Console.WriteLine("Contents of the collection (using enumerator):");
        PrintValues2(myCol);
          
        // Display the contents of the collection using the Count property and 
        // the Item property.
        Console.WriteLine("Contents of the collection (using Count and Item):");
        PrintIndexAndValues(myCol);
          
        // Search the collection with Contains and IndexOf.
        Console.WriteLine("Contains yellow: {0}",
            (System.Boolean)myCol.Contains("yellow"));
        Console.WriteLine("orange is at index {0}.", 
            (Int32)myCol.IndexOf("orange"));
        Console.WriteLine();
    } //main
    
    // Uses the Count property and the Item property.
    public static void PrintIndexAndValues(ROCollection myCol) 
    {
        for(int i = 0; i < myCol.get_Count(); i++) {
            Console.WriteLine("   [{0}]:   {1}",(Int32)i, myCol.get_Item(i));
        } 
        Console.WriteLine();
    } //PrintIndexAndValues
   
    // Uses the for statement which hides the complexity of the enumerator.
    // NOTE: The for statement is the preferred way of enumerating the contents
    // of a collection.
    public static void PrintValues1(ROCollection myCol) 
    {
        for (int iCtr = 0; iCtr < myCol.get_Count(); iCtr++ ) {
            Object obj = myCol.get_Item(iCtr);
            Console.WriteLine("   {0}", obj);
        }
        Console.WriteLine();
    } //PrintValues1
     
    // Uses the enumerator. 
    // NOTE: The for statement is the preferred way of enumerating the
    // contents of a collection.
    public static void PrintValues2(ROCollection myCol) 
    {
        System.Collections.IEnumerator myEnumerator = myCol.GetEnumerator();
        while(myEnumerator.MoveNext()) {
            Console.WriteLine("   {0}", myEnumerator.get_Current());
        }
        Console.WriteLine();
    } //PrintValues2
} //SamplesCollectionBase
 
/* 
This code produces the following output.

Contents of the collection (using for):
   red
   blue
   yellow
   green
   orange
   purple

Contents of the collection (using enumerator):
   red
   blue
   yellow
   green
   orange
   purple

Contents of the collection (using Count and Item):
   [0]:   red
   [1]:   blue
   [2]:   yellow
   [3]:   green
   [4]:   orange
   [5]:   purple

Contains yellow: True
orange is at index 4.

*/

Windows 98, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Édition Media Center, Windows XP Professionnel Édition x64, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

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