ArrayList.SetRange(Int32, ICollection) Método

Definición

Copia los elementos de una colección en un intervalo de elementos de ArrayList.Copies the elements of a collection over a range of elements in the ArrayList.

public:
 virtual void SetRange(int index, System::Collections::ICollection ^ c);
public virtual void SetRange (int index, System.Collections.ICollection c);
abstract member SetRange : int * System.Collections.ICollection -> unit
override this.SetRange : int * System.Collections.ICollection -> unit
Public Overridable Sub SetRange (index As Integer, c As ICollection)

Parámetros

index
Int32

Índice de ArrayList de base cero en el que empiezan a copiarse los elementos de c.The zero-based ArrayList index at which to start copying the elements of c.

c
ICollection

ICollection cuyos elementos se copian en ArrayList.The ICollection whose elements to copy to the ArrayList. La propia colección no puede ser null, pero puede contener elementos que sean null.The collection itself cannot be null, but it can contain elements that are null.

Excepciones

index es menor que cero.index is less than zero.

o bien-or- index más el número de elementos de c es mayor que Count.index plus the number of elements in c is greater than Count.

c es null.c is null.

ArrayList es de solo lectura.The ArrayList is read-only.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo de código siguiente se muestra cómo establecer y obtener un intervalo de elementos en el ArrayList.The following code example shows how to set and get a range of elements in the ArrayList.

using namespace System;
using namespace System::Collections;
void PrintValues( IEnumerable^ myList, char mySeparator );
int main()
{
   
   // Creates and initializes a new ArrayList.
   ArrayList^ myAL = gcnew ArrayList;
   myAL->Add( "The" );
   myAL->Add( "quick" );
   myAL->Add( "brown" );
   myAL->Add( "fox" );
   myAL->Add( "jumps" );
   myAL->Add( "over" );
   myAL->Add( "the" );
   myAL->Add( "lazy" );
   myAL->Add( "dog" );
   
   // Creates and initializes the source ICollection.
   Queue^ mySourceList = gcnew Queue;
   mySourceList->Enqueue( "big" );
   mySourceList->Enqueue( "gray" );
   mySourceList->Enqueue( "wolf" );
   
   // Displays the values of five elements starting at index 0.
   ArrayList^ mySubAL = myAL->GetRange( 0, 5 );
   Console::WriteLine( "Index 0 through 4 contains:" );
   PrintValues( mySubAL, '\t' );
   
   // Replaces the values of five elements starting at index 1 with the values in the ICollection.
   myAL->SetRange( 1, mySourceList );
   
   // Displays the values of five elements starting at index 0.
   mySubAL = myAL->GetRange( 0, 5 );
   Console::WriteLine( "Index 0 through 4 now contains:" );
   PrintValues( mySubAL, '\t' );
}

void PrintValues( IEnumerable^ myList, char mySeparator )
{
   IEnumerator^ myEnum = myList->GetEnumerator();
   while ( myEnum->MoveNext() )
   {
      Object^ obj = safe_cast<Object^>(myEnum->Current);
      Console::Write( "{0}{1}", mySeparator, obj );
   }

   Console::WriteLine();
}

/* 
 This code produces the following output.
 
 Index 0 through 4 contains:
         The     quick   brown   fox     jumps
 Index 0 through 4 now contains:
         The     big     gray    wolf    jumps
 */
using System;
using System.Collections;
public class SamplesArrayList  {

   public static void Main()  {

      // Creates and initializes a new ArrayList.
      ArrayList myAL = new ArrayList();
      myAL.Add( "The" );
      myAL.Add( "quick" );
      myAL.Add( "brown" );
      myAL.Add( "fox" );
      myAL.Add( "jumps" );
      myAL.Add( "over" );
      myAL.Add( "the" );
      myAL.Add( "lazy" );
      myAL.Add( "dog" );

      // Creates and initializes the source ICollection.
      Queue mySourceList = new Queue();
      mySourceList.Enqueue( "big" );
      mySourceList.Enqueue( "gray" );
      mySourceList.Enqueue( "wolf" );

      // Displays the values of five elements starting at index 0.
      ArrayList mySubAL = myAL.GetRange( 0, 5 );
      Console.WriteLine( "Index 0 through 4 contains:" );
      PrintValues( mySubAL, '\t' );

      // Replaces the values of five elements starting at index 1 with the values in the ICollection.
      myAL.SetRange( 1, mySourceList );

      // Displays the values of five elements starting at index 0.
      mySubAL = myAL.GetRange( 0, 5 );
      Console.WriteLine( "Index 0 through 4 now contains:" );
      PrintValues( mySubAL, '\t' );

   }

   public static void PrintValues( IEnumerable myList, char mySeparator )  {
      foreach ( Object obj in myList )
         Console.Write( "{0}{1}", mySeparator, obj );
      Console.WriteLine();
   }

}


/* 
This code produces the following output.

Index 0 through 4 contains:
        The     quick   brown   fox     jumps
Index 0 through 4 now contains:
        The     big     gray    wolf    jumps
*/ 
Imports System.Collections

Public Class SamplesArrayList

    Public Shared Sub Main()

        ' Creates and initializes a new ArrayList.
        Dim myAL As New ArrayList()
        myAL.Add("The")
        myAL.Add("quick")
        myAL.Add("brown")
        myAL.Add("fox")
        myAL.Add("jumps")
        myAL.Add("over")
        myAL.Add("the")
        myAL.Add("lazy")
        myAL.Add("dog")

        ' Creates and initializes the source ICollection.
        Dim mySourceList As New Queue()
        mySourceList.Enqueue("big")
        mySourceList.Enqueue("gray")
        mySourceList.Enqueue("wolf")

        ' Displays the values of five elements starting at index 0.
        Dim mySubAL As ArrayList = myAL.GetRange(0, 5)
        Console.WriteLine("Index 0 through 4 contains:")
        PrintValues(mySubAL, vbTab)

        ' Replaces the values of five elements starting at index 1 with the values in the ICollection.
        myAL.SetRange(1, mySourceList)

        ' Displays the values of five elements starting at index 0.
        mySubAL = myAL.GetRange(0, 5)
        Console.WriteLine("Index 0 through 4 now contains:")
        PrintValues(mySubAL, vbTab)

    End Sub

    Public Shared Sub PrintValues(myList As IEnumerable, mySeparator As Char)
        Dim obj As [Object]
        For Each obj In  myList
            Console.Write("{0}{1}", mySeparator, obj)
        Next obj
        Console.WriteLine()
    End Sub

End Class


' This code produces the following output.
' 
' Index 0 through 4 contains:
'         The     quick   brown   fox     jumps
' Index 0 through 4 now contains:
'         The     big     gray    wolf    jumps

Comentarios

ArrayList acepta null como un valor válido y permite elementos duplicados.ArrayList accepts null as a valid value and allows duplicate elements.

El orden de los elementos de la ICollection se conserva en el ArrayList.The order of the elements in the ICollection is preserved in the ArrayList.

Este método es una operación O(n), donde n es Count.This method is an O(n) operation, where n is Count.

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