vsCMAddPosition vsCMAddPosition vsCMAddPosition vsCMAddPosition vsCMAddPosition vsCMAddPosition Enum

Definition

Determines the position of the new code element in relation to the parent object.

public enum class vsCMAddPosition
public enum class vsCMAddPosition
enum vsCMAddPosition
public enum vsCMAddPosition
type vsCMAddPosition = 
Public Enum vsCMAddPosition
Inheritance
vsCMAddPositionvsCMAddPositionvsCMAddPositionvsCMAddPositionvsCMAddPositionvsCMAddPosition

Fields

vsCMAddPositionDefault vsCMAddPositionDefault vsCMAddPositionDefault vsCMAddPositionDefault vsCMAddPositionDefault vsCMAddPositionDefault -2

The default placement determined by the library (same as vsCMAddPositionEnd).

vsCMAddPositionEnd vsCMAddPositionEnd vsCMAddPositionEnd vsCMAddPositionEnd vsCMAddPositionEnd vsCMAddPositionEnd -1

Item inserted at end of parent object.

vsCMAddPositionInvalid vsCMAddPositionInvalid vsCMAddPositionInvalid vsCMAddPositionInvalid vsCMAddPositionInvalid vsCMAddPositionInvalid -3

Enumeration is uninitialized.

vsCMAddPositionStart vsCMAddPositionStart vsCMAddPositionStart vsCMAddPositionStart vsCMAddPositionStart vsCMAddPositionStart 0

Item inserted at beginning of parent object.

Remarks

The position is determined by the item being inserted and the parent object. For example, if a variable declaration item is being inserted into a class object (specifying vsCMAddPositionStart), the declaration is placed directly after the opening brace of the class declaration.

Note

The vsCMAddPositionInvalid constant indicates that the enumeration has not been previously initialized by the programmer. The Visual C++ code model library does not use this value.

Applies to