<list> (Visual Basic)
Defines a list or table.
<list type="type"> <listheader> <term>term</term> <description>description</description> </listheader> <item> <term>term</term> <description>description</description> </item> </list>
The type of the list. Must be a "bullet" for a bulleted list, "number" for a numbered list, or "table" for a two-column table.
Only used when type is "table." A term to define, which is defined in the description tag.
When type is "bullet" or "number," description is an item in the list When type is "table," description is the definition of term.
The <listheader> block defines the heading of either a table or definition list. When defining a table, you only have to supply an entry for term in the heading.
Each item in the list is specified with an <item> block. When creating a definition list, you must specify both term and description. However, for a table, bulleted list, or numbered list, you only have to supply an entry for description.
A list or table can have as many <item> blocks as needed.
Compile with /doc to process documentation comments to a file.
This example uses the <list> tag to define a bulleted list in the remarks section.
''' <remarks>Before calling the <c>Reset</c> method, be sure to: ''' <list type="bullet"> ''' <item><description>Close all connections.</description></item> ''' <item><description>Save the object state.</description></item> ''' </list> ''' </remarks> Public Sub Reset() ' Code goes here. End Sub