Mark Sequence Point(ISymbolDocumentWriter, Int32, Int32, Int32, Int32) Method
Marks a sequence point in the Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL) stream.
public: virtual void MarkSequencePoint(System::Diagnostics::SymbolStore::ISymbolDocumentWriter ^ document, int startLine, int startColumn, int endLine, int endColumn);
public virtual void MarkSequencePoint (System.Diagnostics.SymbolStore.ISymbolDocumentWriter document, int startLine, int startColumn, int endLine, int endColumn);
abstract member MarkSequencePoint : System.Diagnostics.SymbolStore.ISymbolDocumentWriter * int * int * int * int -> unit override this.MarkSequencePoint : System.Diagnostics.SymbolStore.ISymbolDocumentWriter * int * int * int * int -> unit
Public Overridable Sub MarkSequencePoint (document As ISymbolDocumentWriter, startLine As Integer, startColumn As Integer, endLine As Integer, endColumn As Integer)
The document for which the sequence point is being defined.
The line where the sequence point begins.
The column in the line where the sequence point begins.
The line where the sequence point ends.
The column in the line where the sequence point ends.
endLine is <= 0.
Line numbers are indexed from 1. Columns are indexed from 0.
The symbolic information normally includes at least one MSIL offset for each source line. When the just-in-time (JIT) compiler is about to compile a method, it asks the profiling services for a list of MSIL offsets that should be preserved. These MSIL offsets are called sequence points.