Expression.ArrayAccess Méthode

Définition

Crée un IndexExpression pour accéder à un tableau.Creates an IndexExpression to access an array.

Surcharges

ArrayAccess(Expression, IEnumerable<Expression>)

Crée un IndexExpression pour accéder à un tableau multidimensionnel.Creates an IndexExpression to access a multidimensional array.

ArrayAccess(Expression, Expression[])

Crée un IndexExpression pour accéder à un tableau.Creates an IndexExpression to access an array.

ArrayAccess(Expression, IEnumerable<Expression>)

Crée un IndexExpression pour accéder à un tableau multidimensionnel.Creates an IndexExpression to access a multidimensional array.

public:
 static System::Linq::Expressions::IndexExpression ^ ArrayAccess(System::Linq::Expressions::Expression ^ array, System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<System::Linq::Expressions::Expression ^> ^ indexes);
public static System.Linq.Expressions.IndexExpression ArrayAccess (System.Linq.Expressions.Expression array, System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<System.Linq.Expressions.Expression> indexes);
static member ArrayAccess : System.Linq.Expressions.Expression * seq<System.Linq.Expressions.Expression> -> System.Linq.Expressions.IndexExpression
Public Shared Function ArrayAccess (array As Expression, indexes As IEnumerable(Of Expression)) As IndexExpression

Paramètres

array
Expression

Expression qui représente le tableau multidimensionnel.An expression that represents the multidimensional array.

indexes
IEnumerable<Expression>

IEnumerable<T> qui contient des expressions utilisées pour indexer le tableau.An IEnumerable<T> containing expressions used to index the array.

Retours

Élément IndexExpression créé.The created IndexExpression.

Exemples

L’exemple de code suivant montre comment modifier la valeur d’un élément dans un tableau multidimensionnel à l’aide de ArrayAccess la méthode.The following code example shows how to change the value of an element in a multidimensional array by using the ArrayAccess method.

// Add the following directive to your file:
// using System.Linq.Expressions;  

// This parameter expression represents a variable that will hold the two-dimensional array.
ParameterExpression arrayExpr = Expression.Parameter(typeof(int[,]), "Array");

// This parameter expression represents a first array index.            
ParameterExpression firstIndexExpr = Expression.Parameter(typeof(int), "FirstIndex");
// This parameter expression represents a second array index.            
ParameterExpression secondIndexExpr = Expression.Parameter(typeof(int), "SecondIndex");

// The list of indexes.
List<Expression> indexes = new List<Expression> { firstIndexExpr, secondIndexExpr };


// This parameter represents the value that will be added to a corresponding array element.
ParameterExpression valueExpr = Expression.Parameter(typeof(int), "Value");

// This expression represents an access operation to a multidimensional array.
// It can be used for assigning to, or reading from, an array element.
Expression arrayAccessExpr = Expression.ArrayAccess(
    arrayExpr,
    indexes
);

// This lambda expression assigns a value provided to it to a specified array element.
// The array, the index of the array element, and the value to be added to the element
// are parameters of the lambda expression.
Expression<Func<int[,], int, int, int, int>> lambdaExpr =
    Expression.Lambda<Func<int[,], int, int, int, int>>(
        Expression.Assign(arrayAccessExpr, Expression.Add(arrayAccessExpr, valueExpr)),
        arrayExpr,
        firstIndexExpr,
        secondIndexExpr,
        valueExpr
);

// Print out expressions.
Console.WriteLine("Array Access Expression:");
Console.WriteLine(arrayAccessExpr.ToString());

Console.WriteLine("Lambda Expression:");
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.ToString());

Console.WriteLine("The result of executing the lambda expression:");

// The following statement first creates an expression tree,
// then compiles it, and then executes it.
// Parameters passed to the Invoke method are passed to the lambda expression.
int[,] sampleArray = { {10,  20,   30},
                       {100, 200, 300}};
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.Compile().Invoke(sampleArray, 1, 1, 5));

// This code example produces the following output:
//
// Array Access Expression:
// Array[FirstIndex, SecondIndex]

// Lambda Expression:
// (Array, FirstIndex, SecondIndex Value) => 
// (Array[FirstIndex, SecondIndex] = (Array[FirstIndex, SecondIndex] + Value))

// The result of executing the lambda expression:
// 205

' Add the following directive to your file:
' Imports System.Linq.Expressions  

' This parameter expression represents a variable that will hold the two-dimensional array.
Dim arrayExpr As ParameterExpression = Expression.Parameter(GetType(Integer(,)), "Array")

' This parameter expression represents a first array index.            
Dim firstIndexExpr As ParameterExpression = Expression.Parameter(GetType(Integer), "FirstIndex")
' This parameter expression represents a second array index.            
Dim secondIndexExpr As ParameterExpression = Expression.Parameter(GetType(Integer), "SecondIndex")

' The list of indexes.
Dim indexes As List(Of Expression) = New List(Of Expression) From
    {firstIndexExpr, secondIndexExpr}

' This parameter represents the value that will be added to a corresponding array element.
Dim valueExpr As ParameterExpression = Expression.Parameter(GetType(Integer), "Value")

' This expression represents an access operation to a multidimensional array.
' It can be used for assigning to, or reading from, an array element.
Dim arrayAccessExpr As Expression = Expression.ArrayAccess(
    arrayExpr,
    indexes
)

' This lambda expression assigns a value provided to it to a specified array element.
' The array, the index of the array element, and the value to be added to the element
' are parameters of the lambda expression.
Dim lambdaExpr As Expression(Of Func(Of Integer(,), Integer, Integer, Integer, Integer)) =
    Expression.Lambda(Of Func(Of Integer(,), Integer, Integer, Integer, Integer))(
        Expression.Assign(arrayAccessExpr, Expression.Add(arrayAccessExpr, valueExpr)),
        arrayExpr,
        firstIndexExpr,
        secondIndexExpr,
        valueExpr
)

' Print expressions.
Console.WriteLine("Array Access Expression:")
Console.WriteLine(arrayAccessExpr.ToString())

Console.WriteLine("Lambda Expression:")
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.ToString())

Console.WriteLine("The result of executing the lambda expression:")

' The following statement first creates an expression tree,
' then compiles it, and then executes it.
' Parameters passed to the Invoke method are passed to the lambda expression.
Dim sampleArray = {{10, 20, 30},
                       {100, 200, 300}}
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.Compile().Invoke(sampleArray, 1, 1, 5))

' This code example produces the following output:
'
' Array Access Expression:
' Array[FirstIndex, SecondIndex]

' Lambda Expression:
' (Array, FirstIndex, SecondIndex Value) => 
' (Array[FirstIndex, SecondIndex] = (Array[FirstIndex, SecondIndex] + Value))

' The result of executing the lambda expression:
' 205

Remarques

L’expression qui représente le tableau peut être obtenue à l’aide MakeMemberAccess de la méthode, NewArrayBounds ou NewArrayInitvia ou.The expression that represents the array can be obtained by using the MakeMemberAccess method, or through NewArrayBounds or NewArrayInit.

ArrayAccess(Expression, Expression[])

Crée un IndexExpression pour accéder à un tableau.Creates an IndexExpression to access an array.

public:
 static System::Linq::Expressions::IndexExpression ^ ArrayAccess(System::Linq::Expressions::Expression ^ array, ... cli::array <System::Linq::Expressions::Expression ^> ^ indexes);
public static System.Linq.Expressions.IndexExpression ArrayAccess (System.Linq.Expressions.Expression array, params System.Linq.Expressions.Expression[] indexes);
static member ArrayAccess : System.Linq.Expressions.Expression * System.Linq.Expressions.Expression[] -> System.Linq.Expressions.IndexExpression
Public Shared Function ArrayAccess (array As Expression, ParamArray indexes As Expression()) As IndexExpression

Paramètres

array
Expression

Expression qui représente le tableau à indexer.An expression representing the array to index.

indexes
Expression[]

Tableau qui contient des expressions utilisées pour indexer le tableau.An array that contains expressions used to index the array.

Retours

Élément IndexExpression créé.The created IndexExpression.

Exemples

L’exemple de code suivant montre comment modifier une valeur d’un élément de tableau à l' ArrayAccess aide de la méthode.The following code example shows how to change a value of an array element by using the ArrayAccess method.

// Add the following directive to your file:
// using System.Linq.Expressions;  

// This parameter expression represents a variable that will hold the array.
ParameterExpression arrayExpr = Expression.Parameter(typeof(int[]), "Array");

// This parameter expression represents an array index.            
ParameterExpression indexExpr = Expression.Parameter(typeof(int), "Index");

// This parameter represents the value that will be added to a corresponding array element.
ParameterExpression valueExpr = Expression.Parameter(typeof(int), "Value");

// This expression represents an array access operation.
// It can be used for assigning to, or reading from, an array element.
Expression arrayAccessExpr = Expression.ArrayAccess(
    arrayExpr,
    indexExpr
);

// This lambda expression assigns a value provided to it to a specified array element.
// The array, the index of the array element, and the value to be added to the element
// are parameters of the lambda expression.
Expression<Func<int[], int, int, int>> lambdaExpr = Expression.Lambda<Func<int[], int, int, int>>(
    Expression.Assign(arrayAccessExpr, Expression.Add(arrayAccessExpr, valueExpr)),
    arrayExpr,
    indexExpr,
    valueExpr
);

// Print out expressions.
Console.WriteLine("Array Access Expression:");
Console.WriteLine(arrayAccessExpr.ToString());

Console.WriteLine("Lambda Expression:");
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.ToString());

Console.WriteLine("The result of executing the lambda expression:");

// The following statement first creates an expression tree,
// then compiles it, and then executes it.
// Parameters passed to the Invoke method are passed to the lambda expression.
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.Compile().Invoke(new int[] { 10, 20, 30 }, 0, 5));

// This code example produces the following output:
//
// Array Access Expression:
// Array[Index]

// Lambda Expression:
// (Array, Index, Value) => (Array[Index] = (Array[Index] + Value))

// The result of executing the lambda expression:
// 15

' Add the following directive to your file:
' Imports System.Linq.Expressions  

' This parameter expression represents a variable that will hold the array.
Dim arrayExpr As ParameterExpression = Expression.Parameter(GetType(Integer()), "Array")

' This parameter expression represents an array index.
' For multidimensional arrays, you can define several indexes. 
Dim indexExpr As ParameterExpression = Expression.Parameter(GetType(Integer), "Index")

' This parameter represents the value that will be added to a corresponding array element.
Dim valueExpr As ParameterExpression = Expression.Parameter(GetType(Integer), "Value")

' This expression represents an array access operation.
' It can be used for assigning to, or reading from, an array element.
Dim arrayAccessExpr As Expression = Expression.ArrayAccess(
    arrayExpr,
    indexExpr
)

' This lambda expression assigns a value provided to it to a specified array element.
' The array, the index of the array element, and the value to be added to the element
' are parameters of the lambda expression.
Dim lambdaExpr As Expression(Of Func(Of Integer(), Integer, Integer, Integer)) =
    Expression.Lambda(Of Func(Of Integer(), Integer, Integer, Integer))(
        Expression.Assign(arrayAccessExpr, Expression.Add(arrayAccessExpr, valueExpr)),
    arrayExpr,
    indexExpr,
    valueExpr
  )

' Print expressions.
Console.WriteLine("Array Access Expression:")
Console.WriteLine(arrayAccessExpr.ToString())

Console.WriteLine("Lambda Expression:")
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.ToString())

Console.WriteLine("The result of executing the lambda expression:")

' The following statement first creates an expression tree,
' then compiles it, and then executes it.
' Parameters passed to the Invoke method are passed to the lambda expression.
Console.WriteLine(lambdaExpr.Compile().Invoke(New Integer() {10, 20, 30}, 0, 5))

' This code example produces the following output:
'
' Array Access Expression:
' Array[Index]

' Lambda Expression:
' (Array, Index, Value) => (Array[Index] = (Array[Index] + Value))

' The result of executing the lambda expression:
' 15

Remarques

L’expression qui représente le tableau peut être obtenue à l’aide MakeMemberAccess de la méthode, NewArrayBounds ou NewArrayInitvia ou.The expression that represents the array can be obtained by using the MakeMemberAccess method, or through NewArrayBounds or NewArrayInit.

Pour les tableaux multidimensionnels, utilisez la ArrayAccess méthode.For multidimensional arrays, use the ArrayAccess method.

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