TextRange.Start TextRange.Start TextRange.Start TextRange.Start Property

Definición

Obtiene la posición que marca el principio de la selección actual.Gets the position that marks the beginning of the current selection.

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

Valor de propiedad

TextPointer que señala al principio de la selección actual.A TextPointer that points to the beginning of the current selection.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo siguiente se muestra el uso de la Start propiedad.The following example demonstrates the use of the Start 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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