FileVersionInfo.FilePrivatePart FileVersionInfo.FilePrivatePart FileVersionInfo.FilePrivatePart FileVersionInfo.FilePrivatePart Property

Definition

Gets the file private part number.

public:
 property int FilePrivatePart { int get(); };
public int FilePrivatePart { get; }
member this.FilePrivatePart : int
Public ReadOnly Property FilePrivatePart As Integer

Property Value

A value representing the file private part number or null if the file did not contain version information.

Examples

The following example calls GetVersionInfo to get the FileVersionInfo for the Notepad. Then it prints the FilePrivatePart in a text box. This code assumes textBox1 has been instantiated.

private:
    void GetFilePrivatePart()
    {
        // Get the file version for the notepad.
        FileVersionInfo^ myFileVersionInfo =
            FileVersionInfo::GetVersionInfo( Environment::SystemDirectory + "\\Notepad.exe" );

        // Print the file private part number.
        textBox1->Text = String::Concat( "File private part number: ", myFileVersionInfo->FilePrivatePart );
     }
private void GetFilePrivatePart()
{
    // Get the file version for the notepad.
    FileVersionInfo myFileVersionInfo =
        FileVersionInfo.GetVersionInfo(Environment.SystemDirectory + "\\Notepad.exe");

    // Print the file private part number.
    textBox1.Text = "File private part number: " + myFileVersionInfo.FilePrivatePart;
}
Private Sub GetFilePrivatePart()
    ' Get the file version for the notepad.
    Dim myFileVersionInfo As FileVersionInfo = _
        FileVersionInfo.GetVersionInfo(Environment.SystemDirectory + "\Notepad.exe")
    
    ' Print the file private part number.
    textBox1.Text = "File private part number: " & myFileVersionInfo.FilePrivatePart
End Sub

Remarks

Typically, a version number is displayed as "major number.minor number.build number.private part number". A file version number is a 64-bit number that holds the version number for a file as follows:

This property gets the last set of 16 bits.

Applies to

See also