Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar Field

Définition

Fournit un caractère de remplacement spécifique à la plateforme, utilisé pour séparer les niveaux de répertoire dans une chaîne de chemin d'accès qui reflète une organisation de système de fichiers hiérarchique.Provides a platform-specific alternate character used to separate directory levels in a path string that reflects a hierarchical file system organization.

public: static initonly char AltDirectorySeparatorChar;
public static readonly char AltDirectorySeparatorChar;
 staticval mutable AltDirectorySeparatorChar : char
Public Shared ReadOnly AltDirectorySeparatorChar As Char 

Valeur de champ

Exemples

L’exemple suivant affiche les valeurs de champ Path sur Windows et sur les systèmes basés sur UNIX.The following example displays Path field values on Windows and on Unix-based systems. Notez que Windows prend en charge la barre oblique (qui est retournée par le champ AltDirectorySeparatorChar) ou la barre oblique inverse (qui est retournée par le champ DirectorySeparatorChar) en tant que caractères de séparation de chemin d’accès, tandis que les systèmes UNIX prennent uniquement en charge la barre oblique.Note that Windows supports either the forward slash (which is returned by the AltDirectorySeparatorChar field) or the backslash (which is returned by the DirectorySeparatorChar field) as path separator characters, while Unix-based systems support only the forward slash.

using System;
using System.IO;

class Program
{
    static void Main()
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.DirectorySeparatorChar: '{Path.DirectorySeparatorChar}'");
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar: '{Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar}'");
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.PathSeparator: '{Path.PathSeparator}'");
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.VolumeSeparatorChar: '{Path.VolumeSeparatorChar}'");
        var invalidChars = Path.GetInvalidPathChars();
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.GetInvalidPathChars:");
        for (int ctr = 0; ctr < invalidChars.Length; ctr++) 
        {
            Console.Write($"  U+{Convert.ToUInt16(invalidChars[ctr]):X4} ");
            if ((ctr + 1) % 10 == 0) Console.WriteLine();
        }
        Console.WriteLine();
    }
}
// The example displays the following output when run on a Windows system:
//    Path.DirectorySeparatorChar: '\'
//    Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar: '/'
//    Path.PathSeparator: ';'
//    Path.VolumeSeparatorChar: ':'
//    Path.GetInvalidPathChars:
//      U+007C)   U+0000)   U+0001)   U+0002)   U+0003)   U+0004)   U+0005)   U+0006)   U+0007)   U+0008)
//      U+0009)   U+000A)   U+000B)   U+000C)   U+000D)   U+000E)   U+000F)   U+0010)   U+0011)   U+0012)
//      U+0013)   U+0014)   U+0015)   U+0016)   U+0017)   U+0018)   U+0019)   U+001A)   U+001B)   U+001C)
//      U+001D)   U+001E)   U+001F)
//
// The example displays the following output when run on a Linux system:
//    Path.DirectorySeparatorChar: '/'
//    Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar: '/'
//    Path.PathSeparator: ':'
//    Path.VolumeSeparatorChar: '/'
//    Path.GetInvalidPathChars:
//      U+0000
Imports System.IO

Module Program
    Sub Main()
       Console.WriteLine($"Path.DirectorySeparatorChar: '{Path.DirectorySeparatorChar}'")
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar: '{Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar}'")
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.PathSeparator: '{Path.PathSeparator}'")
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.VolumeSeparatorChar: '{Path.VolumeSeparatorChar}'")
        Dim invalidChars = Path.GetInvalidPathChars()
        Console.WriteLine($"Path.GetInvalidPathChars:")
        For ctr As Integer = 0 To invalidChars.Length - 1 
            Console.Write($"  U+{Convert.ToUInt16(invalidChars(ctr)):X4} ")
            if (ctr + 1) Mod 10 = 0 Then Console.WriteLine()
        Next
        Console.WriteLine()
        Console.WriteLine("Hello World!")
    End Sub
End Module
' The example displays the following output when run on a Windows system:
'    Path.DirectorySeparatorChar: '\'
'    Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar: '/'
'    Path.PathSeparator: ';'
'    Path.VolumeSeparatorChar: ':'
'    Path.GetInvalidPathChars:
'      U+007C)   U+0000)   U+0001)   U+0002)   U+0003)   U+0004)   U+0005)   U+0006)   U+0007)   U+0008)
'      U+0009)   U+000A)   U+000B)   U+000C)   U+000D)   U+000E)   U+000F)   U+0010)   U+0011)   U+0012)
'      U+0013)   U+0014)   U+0015)   U+0016)   U+0017)   U+0018)   U+0019)   U+001A)   U+001B)   U+001C)
'      U+001D)   U+001E)   U+001F)
'
' The example displays the following output when run on a Linux system:
'    Path.DirectorySeparatorChar: '/'
'    Path.AltDirectorySeparatorChar: '/'
'    Path.PathSeparator: ':'
'    Path.VolumeSeparatorChar: '/'
'    Path.GetInvalidPathChars:
'      U+0000

Remarques

Ce champ peut avoir la même valeur que DirectorySeparatorChar.This field can have the same value as DirectorySeparatorChar. AltDirectorySeparatorChar et DirectorySeparatorChar sont valides pour la séparation des niveaux de répertoire dans une chaîne de chemin d’accès.AltDirectorySeparatorChar and DirectorySeparatorChar are both valid for separating directory levels in a path string.

La valeur de ce champ est une barre oblique (« / ») sur les systèmes d’exploitation Windows et UNIX.The value of this field is a slash ('/') on both Windows and Unix-based operating systems.

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