Create<TState>(Int32, TState, SpanAction<Char,TState>) Method
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Creates a new string with a specific length and initializes it after creation by using the specified callback.
public: generic <typename TState> static System::String ^ Create(int length, TState state, System::Buffers::SpanAction<char, TState> ^ action);
public static string Create<TState> (int length, TState state, System.Buffers.SpanAction<char,TState> action);
static member Create : int * 'State * System.Buffers.SpanAction<char, 'State> -> string
Public Shared Function Create(Of TState) (length As Integer, state As TState, action As SpanAction(Of Char, TState)) As String
The type of the element to pass to
The length of the string to create.
The element to pass to
The created string.
The initial content of the destination span passed to
action is undefined. Therefore, it is the delegate's responsibility to ensure that every element of the span is assigned. Otherwise, the resulting string could contain random characters.