Clipboard.ContainsText Clipboard.ContainsText Clipboard.ContainsText Clipboard.ContainsText Method

Definition

Queries the Clipboard for the presence of data in a valid text data format.

Overloads

ContainsText() ContainsText() ContainsText() ContainsText()

Queries the Clipboard for the presence of data in the UnicodeText format.

ContainsText(TextDataFormat) ContainsText(TextDataFormat) ContainsText(TextDataFormat) ContainsText(TextDataFormat)

Queries the Clipboard for the presence of data in a text data format.

ContainsText() ContainsText() ContainsText() ContainsText()

Queries the Clipboard for the presence of data in the UnicodeText format.

public:
 static bool ContainsText();
public static bool ContainsText ();
static member ContainsText : unit -> bool
Public Shared Function ContainsText () As Boolean
Returns

true if the Clipboard contains data in the UnicodeText data format; otherwise, false.

Remarks

This method returns true only if the specified data format exists natively on the Clipboard; this method does not check for the presence of auto-convertible data formats.

The UnicodeText data format denotes 16-bit character encoded Unicode, also referred to as UTF-16, and USC-2.

See Also

ContainsText(TextDataFormat) ContainsText(TextDataFormat) ContainsText(TextDataFormat) ContainsText(TextDataFormat)

Queries the Clipboard for the presence of data in a text data format.

public:
 static bool ContainsText(System::Windows::TextDataFormat format);
public static bool ContainsText (System.Windows.TextDataFormat format);
static member ContainsText : System.Windows.TextDataFormat -> bool
Public Shared Function ContainsText (format As TextDataFormat) As Boolean
Parameters
format
TextDataFormat TextDataFormat TextDataFormat TextDataFormat

A member of the TextDataFormat enumeration that specifies the text data format to query for.

Returns

true if the Clipboard contains data in the specified text data format; otherwise, false.

Exceptions

Remarks

This method returns true only if the specified data format exists natively in the data object; this method does not check for the presence of auto-convertible data formats.

See Also

Applies to