DateTimeFormatInfo.MonthGenitiveNames Propriété

Définition

Obtient ou définit un tableau de chaînes de noms de mois associés à l’objet DateTimeFormatInfo actuel.Gets or sets a string array of month names associated with the current DateTimeFormatInfo object.

public:
 property cli::array <System::String ^> ^ MonthGenitiveNames { cli::array <System::String ^> ^ get(); void set(cli::array <System::String ^> ^ value); };
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(false)]
public string[] MonthGenitiveNames { get; set; }
member this.MonthGenitiveNames : string[] with get, set
Public Property MonthGenitiveNames As String()

Valeur de propriété

String[]

Tableau de chaînes des noms de mois.A string array of month names.

Attributs

Exceptions

Dans une opération ensembliste, le tableau est multidimensionnel ou a une longueur qui n’est pas exactement 13.In a set operation, the array is multidimensional or has a length that is not exactly 13.

Dans une opération ensembliste, le tableau ou l’un de ses éléments a la valeur null.In a set operation, the array or one of its elements is null.

Dans une opération ensembliste, l’objet DateTimeFormatInfo actuel est en lecture seule.In a set operation, the current DateTimeFormatInfo object is read-only.

Exemples

L’exemple suivant illustre plusieurs méthodes et propriétés qui spécifient des modèles de format de date et d’heure, un nom de calendrier natif et des noms de mois et de jour complets et abrégés.The following example demonstrates several methods and properties that specify date and time format patterns, native calendar name, and full and abbreviated month and day names.

// This code example demonstrates the DateTimeFormatInfo 
// MonthGenitiveNames, AbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames, 
// ShortestDayNames, and NativeCalendarName properties, and
// the GetShortestDayName() and SetAllDateTimePatterns() methods.

using System;
using System.Globalization;

class Sample 
{
    public static void Main() 
    {
    string[] myDateTimePatterns = new string[] {"MM/dd/yy", "MM/dd/yyyy"};

// Get the en-US culture.
    CultureInfo ci = new CultureInfo("en-US");
// Get the DateTimeFormatInfo for the en-US culture.
    DateTimeFormatInfo dtfi = ci.DateTimeFormat;

// Display the effective culture.
    Console.WriteLine("This code example uses the {0} culture.", ci.Name);

// Display the native calendar name.    
    Console.WriteLine("\nNativeCalendarName...");
    Console.WriteLine("\"{0}\"", dtfi.NativeCalendarName);

// Display month genitive names.
    Console.WriteLine("\nMonthGenitiveNames...");
    foreach (string name in dtfi.MonthGenitiveNames) 
    {
    Console.WriteLine("\"{0}\"", name);
    }

// Display abbreviated month genitive names.
    Console.WriteLine("\nAbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames...");
    foreach (string name in dtfi.AbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames) 
    {
    Console.WriteLine("\"{0}\"", name);
    }

// Display shortest day names.
    Console.WriteLine("\nShortestDayNames...");
    foreach (string name in dtfi.ShortestDayNames) 
    {
    Console.WriteLine("\"{0}\"", name);
    }

// Display shortest day name for a particular day of the week.
    Console.WriteLine("\nGetShortestDayName(DayOfWeek.Sunday)...");
    Console.WriteLine("\"{0}\"", dtfi.GetShortestDayName(DayOfWeek.Sunday));

// Display the initial DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier.
    Console.WriteLine("\nInitial DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier...");
    foreach (string name in dtfi.GetAllDateTimePatterns('d')) 
    {
    Console.WriteLine("\"{0}\"", name);
    }

// Change the initial DateTime format patterns for the 'd' DateTime format specifier.
    Console.WriteLine("\nChange the initial DateTime format patterns for the \n" +
                      "'d' format specifier to my format patterns...");
    dtfi.SetAllDateTimePatterns(myDateTimePatterns, 'd');

// Display the new DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier.
    Console.WriteLine("\nNew DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier...");
    foreach (string name in dtfi.GetAllDateTimePatterns('d')) 
    {
    Console.WriteLine("\"{0}\"", name);
    }
    }
}
/*
This code example produces the following results:

This code example uses the en-US culture.

NativeCalendarName...
"Gregorian Calendar"

MonthGenitiveNames...
"January"
"February"
"March"
"April"
"May"
"June"
"July"
"August"
"September"
"October"
"November"
"December"
""

AbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames...
"Jan"
"Feb"
"Mar"
"Apr"
"May"
"Jun"
"Jul"
"Aug"
"Sep"
"Oct"
"Nov"
"Dec"
""

ShortestDayNames...
"Su"
"Mo"
"Tu"
"We"
"Th"
"Fr"
"Sa"

GetShortestDayName(DayOfWeek.Sunday)...
"Su"

Initial DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier...
"M/d/yyyy"
"M/d/yy"
"MM/dd/yy"
"MM/dd/yyyy"
"yy/MM/dd"
"yyyy-MM-dd"
"dd-MMM-yy"

Change the initial DateTime format patterns for the
'd' format specifier to my format patterns...

New DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier...
"MM/dd/yy"
"MM/dd/yyyy"

*/

' This code example demonstrates the DateTimeFormatInfo 
' MonthGenitiveNames, AbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames, 
' ShortestDayNames, and NativeCalendarName properties, and
' the GetShortestDayName() and SetAllDateTimePatterns() methods.

Imports System.Globalization

Class Sample
    Public Shared Sub Main() 
        Dim myDateTimePatterns() As String = {"MM/dd/yy", "MM/dd/yyyy"}
        Dim name As String = ""
        
        ' Get the en-US culture.
        Dim ci As New CultureInfo("en-US")
        ' Get the DateTimeFormatInfo for the en-US culture.
        Dim dtfi As DateTimeFormatInfo = ci.DateTimeFormat
        
        ' Display the effective culture.
        Console.WriteLine("This code example uses the {0} culture.", ci.Name)
        
        ' Display the native calendar name.    
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "NativeCalendarName...")
        Console.WriteLine("""{0}""", dtfi.NativeCalendarName)
        
        ' Display month genitive names.
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "MonthGenitiveNames...")
        For Each name In dtfi.MonthGenitiveNames
            Console.WriteLine("""{0}""", name)
        Next name
        
        ' Display abbreviated month genitive names.
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "AbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames...")
        For Each name In dtfi.AbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames
            Console.WriteLine("""{0}""", name)
        Next name
        
        ' Display shortest day names.
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "ShortestDayNames...")
        For Each name In dtfi.ShortestDayNames
            Console.WriteLine("""{0}""", name)
        Next name
        
        ' Display shortest day name for a particular day of the week.
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "GetShortestDayName(DayOfWeek.Sunday)...")
        Console.WriteLine("""{0}""", dtfi.GetShortestDayName(DayOfWeek.Sunday))
        
        ' Display the initial DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier.
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "Initial DateTime format patterns for " & _
                          "the 'd' format specifier...")
        For Each name In dtfi.GetAllDateTimePatterns("d"c)
            Console.WriteLine("""{0}""", name)
        Next name
        
        ' Change the initial DateTime format patterns for the 'd' DateTime format specifier.
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "Change the initial DateTime format patterns for the " & _
                          vbCrLf & "'d' format specifier to my format patterns...")
        dtfi.SetAllDateTimePatterns(myDateTimePatterns, "d"c)
        
        ' Display the new DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier.
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & _
                          "New DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier...")
        For Each name In dtfi.GetAllDateTimePatterns("d"c)
            Console.WriteLine("""{0}""", name)
        Next name
    
    End Sub
End Class
'
'This code example produces the following results:
'
'This code example uses the en-US culture.
'
'NativeCalendarName...
'"Gregorian Calendar"
'
'MonthGenitiveNames...
'"January"
'"February"
'"March"
'"April"
'"May"
'"June"
'"July"
'"August"
'"September"
'"October"
'"November"
'"December"
'""
'
'AbbreviatedMonthGenitiveNames...
'"Jan"
'"Feb"
'"Mar"
'"Apr"
'"May"
'"Jun"
'"Jul"
'"Aug"
'"Sep"
'"Oct"
'"Nov"
'"Dec"
'""
'
'ShortestDayNames...
'"Su"
'"Mo"
'"Tu"
'"We"
'"Th"
'"Fr"
'"Sa"
'
'GetShortestDayName(DayOfWeek.Sunday)...
'"Su"
'
'Initial DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier...
'"M/d/yyyy"
'"M/d/yy"
'"MM/dd/yy"
'"MM/dd/yyyy"
'"yy/MM/dd"
'"yyyy-MM-dd"
'"dd-MMM-yy"
'
'Change the initial DateTime format patterns for the
''d' format specifier to my format patterns...
'
'New DateTime format patterns for the 'd' format specifier...
'"MM/dd/yy"
'"MM/dd/yyyy"
'

Remarques

Dans certains langages, un nom de mois qui fait partie d’une date s’affiche dans le cas génitif.In some languages, a month name that is part of a date appears in the genitive case. Par exemple, une date de la culture russe (Russie) ou « ru-RU » se compose du nombre de jours et du nom du mois génitif, par exemple 1 Января.For example, a date in the Russian (Russia) or "ru-RU", culture consists of the day number and the genitive month name, such as 1 Января.

Quand cette propriété est définie, le tableau doit être unidimensionnel et doit avoir exactement 13 éléments.When this property is set, the array must be one-dimensional and must have exactly 13 elements. Calendar objets s’adaptent aux calendriers avec 13 mois.Calendar objects accommodate calendars with 13 months. Le premier élément (l’élément à l’index zéro) représente le premier mois de l’année défini par la propriété Calendar. Si vous définissez la propriété MonthGenitiveNames, vous devez également définir la propriété MonthNames.The first element (the element at index zero) represents the first month of the year defined by the Calendar property.If you set the MonthGenitiveNames property, you must also set the MonthNames property.

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