Commands.Item(Object, Int32) Commands.Item(Object, Int32) Commands.Item(Object, Int32) Commands.Item(Object, Int32) Method

Definition

Returns the indexed Command object.

EnvDTE::Command Item(winrt::Windows::Foundation::IInspectable const & index, int ID = -1);
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.DispId(0)]
public EnvDTE.Command Item (object index, int ID = -1);
abstract member Item : obj * int -> EnvDTE.Command
Public Function Item (index As Object, Optional ID As Integer = -1) As Command
Parameters
index
Object Object Object Object

Required. An absolute index, GUID string, or the command's full name.

ID
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

Optional. The command ID in the specified command set.

Returns

Examples

Sub ItemExample()  
   Dim cmds As Commands  
   Dim cmd As Command  

   ' Set references to the Commands collection and the File.NewFile   
   ' command.  
   cmds = DTE.Commands  
   cmd = cmds.Item("File.NewFile")  

   ' Assign the command (File.NewFile) globally to the F2 key.  
   ' Because you cannot programmatically change the default keyboard   
   ' mapping scheme settings, you must first make a copy of the Default   
   ' Settings for the Keyboard Mapping Scheme.  
   cmd.Bindings = "Global::f2"  
End Sub  

Remarks

If index is an absolute index (a Long), it is only meaningful for iterating over the commands from 1 to n. You cannot save a command's absolute index and use it later to access that command.

If index is a GUID string, then it indicates a command set and you must supply the ID argument to identify the command in the set.

If you supply the ID argument and the first argument is a string, then the indexargument must be a GUID string that identifies a command set. If index is a string and there is no ID argument, then index must be a command's full name. If index is a Long, then ID is ignored.

Applies to