TextRange.End TextRange.End TextRange.End TextRange.End Property

Definition

Get the position that marks the end of the current selection.

public:
 property System::Windows::Documents::TextPointer ^ End { System::Windows::Documents::TextPointer ^ get(); };
public System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer End { get; }
member this.End : System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer
Public ReadOnly Property End As TextPointer

Property Value

A TextPointer that points to the end of the current selection.

Examples

The following example demonstrates the use of the End property.

// This method returns true if two specified selections overlap, including when the
// end of one selection serves as the beginning of the other.
bool DoSelectionsOverlap(TextRange selection1, TextRange selection2)
{
    // Is either end of selection2 contained by selection1?
    if (selection1.Contains(selection2.Start) || selection1.Contains(selection2.End))
    {
        // If so, the selections overlap.
        return true;
    }
    // If not, selection2 may still entirely contain selection1.
    // Is either end of selection1 contained by seleciotn2?
    else if (selection2.Contains(selection1.Start) || selection2.Contains(selection1.End))
    {
        // If so, the selections overlap.
        return true;
    }
    // If neither selection contains the begging or end of the other selection, 
    //the selections do not overlap.
    else return false;    
}
' This method returns true if two specified selections overlap, including when the
' end of one selection serves as the beginning of the other.
Private Function DoSelectionsOverlap(ByVal selection1 As TextRange, ByVal selection2 As TextRange) As Boolean
    ' Is either end of selection2 contained by selection1?
    If selection1.Contains(selection2.Start) OrElse selection1.Contains(selection2.End) Then
        ' If so, the selections overlap.
        Return True
        ' If not, selection2 may still entirely contain selection1.
        ' Is either end of selection1 contained by seleciotn2?
    ElseIf selection2.Contains(selection1.Start) OrElse selection2.Contains(selection1.End) Then
        ' If so, the selections overlap.
        Return True
        ' If neither selection contains the begging or end of the other selection, 
        'the selections do not overlap.
    Else
        Return False
    End If
End Function

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