IDebugFunctionObject::CreateArrayObject

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Creates an array object. This array can contain either primitive or object instance values.

Syntax

int CreateArrayObject(
   enum_OBJECT_TYPE ot,
   IDebugField      pClassField,
   uint             dwRank,
   uint[]           dwDims,
   uint[]           dwLowBounds,
   out IDebugObject ppObject
);

Parameters

ot
[in] Specifies a value from the OBJECT_TYPE enumeration indicating the type of the new array object.

pClassField
[in] An IDebugField object representing the class of an object, if creating an array of object instance values. If creating an array of primitive objects, this parameter is a null value.

dwRank
[in] The rank or number of dimensions of the array.

dwDims
[in] The sizes of each dimension of the array.

dwLowBounds
[in] The origin of each dimension (typically 0 or 1).

ppObject
[out] Returns an IDebugObject object representing the newly created array. This is actually an IDebugArrayObject object.

Return Value

If successful, returns S_OK; otherwise, returns an error code.

Remarks

Call this method to create an object that represents an array parameter to the function which is represented by the IDebugFunctionObject interface.

See also