DataFormats.Format(String, Int32) DataFormats.Format(String, Int32) DataFormats.Format(String, Int32) DataFormats.Format(String, Int32) Constructor

Definition

Initializes a new instance of the DataFormats.Format class with a Boolean that indicates whether a Win32 handle is expected.

public:
 Format(System::String ^ name, int id);
public Format (string name, int id);
new System.Windows.Forms.DataFormats.Format : string * int -> System.Windows.Forms.DataFormats.Format
Public Sub New (name As String, id As Integer)

Parameters

name
String String String String

The name of this format.

id
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The ID number for this format.

Examples

The following code example creates a new format for a name and unique ID number. The new format does not require a Windows handle. It requires that textBox1 has been instantiated.

private:
   void CreateMyFormat2()
   {
      DataFormats::Format^ myFormat = gcnew DataFormats::Format(
         "AnotherNewFormat", 20916 );
      
      // Displays the contents of myFormat.
      textBox1->Text = String::Format( "ID value: {0}\nFormat name: {1}",
         myFormat->Id, myFormat->Name );
   }
private void CreateMyFormat2() {
    DataFormats.Format myFormat = new DataFormats.Format("AnotherNewFormat", 20916);
 
    // Displays the contents of myFormat.
    textBox1.Text = "ID value: " + myFormat.Id + '\n' +
       "Format name: " + myFormat.Name;
 }
 
Private Sub CreateMyFormat2()
    Dim myFormat As New DataFormats.Format("AnotherNewFormat", 20916)
       
    ' Displays the contents of myFormat.
    textBox1.Text = "ID value: " + myFormat.Id.ToString() + ControlChars.Cr _
                  + "Format name: " + myFormat.Name
End Sub

Applies to