Literal Ast Class
The ast that represents an array literal expression, e.g.
1,2,3. An array expression, e.g.
is represented by ArrayExpressionAst. An array literal expression can be constructed from a single
element, as happens with the unary comma operator, e.g.
public ref class ArrayLiteralAst : System::Management::Automation::Language::ExpressionAst
public class ArrayLiteralAst : System.Management.Automation.Language.ExpressionAst
type ArrayLiteralAst = class inherit ExpressionAst
Public Class ArrayLiteralAst Inherits ExpressionAst
Construct an array literal expression.
The non-empty collection of asts of the elements of the array, or null if no elements were specified (e.g.
The extent in the source this ast represents.(Inherited from Ast)
The parent tree for this node.(Inherited from Ast)
The result of an ArrayLiteralAst is always
Copy the ArrayLiteralAst instance
Traverse the entire Ast, returning the first node in the tree for which
Traverse the entire Ast, returning all nodes in the tree for which
Constructs the resultant object from the AST and returns it if it is safe.(Inherited from Ast)
Formats the ast and returns a string.(Inherited from Ast)
Visit each node in the Ast, calling the methods in
Visit the Ast using a visitor that can choose how the tree traversal is performed. This visit method is for advanced uses of the visitor pattern where an AstVisitor is insufficient.(Inherited from Ast)