TextWriterTraceListener.WriteLine(String) Method

Definition

Writes a message to this instance's Writer followed by a line terminator. The default line terminator is a carriage return followed by a line feed (\r\n).

public:
 override void WriteLine(System::String ^ message);
public override void WriteLine (string message);
override this.WriteLine : string -> unit
Public Overrides Sub WriteLine (message As String)

Parameters

message
String

A message to write.

Examples

The following example implements a TextWriterTraceListener named myWriter to write to the console screen. The example writes two lines to the console screen. Note the second write appears on the same line as the first write. The example then flushes and closes the stream.

void main()
{
   #if defined(TRACE)
   // Create a text writer that writes to the console screen and add
   // it to the trace listeners.
   TextWriterTraceListener^ myWriter = gcnew TextWriterTraceListener;
   myWriter->Writer = System::Console::Out;
   Trace::Listeners->Add( myWriter );
   
   // Write the output to the console screen.
   myWriter->Write( "Write to the Console screen. " );
   myWriter->WriteLine( "Again, write to console screen." );
   
   // Flush and close the output.
   myWriter->Flush();
   myWriter->Close();
   #endif
}
public class Sample
{

public static void Main(string[] args) {
    /* Create a text writer that writes to the console screen and add
     * it to the trace listeners */
    TextWriterTraceListener myWriter = new TextWriterTraceListener();
    myWriter.Writer = System.Console.Out;
    Trace.Listeners.Add(myWriter);
 
    // Write the output to the console screen.
    myWriter.Write("Write to the Console screen. ");
    myWriter.WriteLine("Again, write to console screen.");
 
    // Flush and close the output.
    myWriter.Flush();
    myWriter.Close();
 }

}
Public Class Sample
    
    Public Shared Sub Main()
        ' Create a text writer that writes to the console screen and add
        ' it to the trace listeners 
        Dim myWriter As New TextWriterTraceListener()
        myWriter.Writer = System.Console.Out
        Trace.Listeners.Add(myWriter)
        
        ' Write the output to the console screen.
        myWriter.Write("Write to the Console screen. ")
        myWriter.WriteLine("Again, write to console screen.")
        
        ' Flush and close the output.
        myWriter.Flush()
        myWriter.Close()
    End Sub

End Class

Applies to

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