FieldInfo.Attributes FieldInfo.Attributes FieldInfo.Attributes FieldInfo.Attributes Property

Définition

Obtient les attributs associés à ce champ.Gets the attributes associated with this field.

public:
 abstract property System::Reflection::FieldAttributes Attributes { System::Reflection::FieldAttributes get(); };
public abstract System.Reflection.FieldAttributes Attributes { get; }
member this.Attributes : System.Reflection.FieldAttributes
Public MustOverride ReadOnly Property Attributes As FieldAttributes

Valeur de propriété

FieldAttributes de ce champ.The FieldAttributes for this field.

Implémente

Exemples

L’exemple de code suivant génère trois champs et affiche leurs attributs de champ.The following code example builds three fields and displays their field attributes. Un FieldAttributes valeur peut contenir plusieurs attributs, par exemple, Public et Literal, comme illustré dans le troisième champ.A FieldAttributes value can contain more than one attribute, such as both Public and Literal, as shown in the third field.

using namespace System;
using namespace System::Reflection;
using namespace System::Security::Permissions;

public ref class Demo
{
private:
    // Make three fields:
    // The first field is private.
    String^ m_field;

    // The second field is public.
public:
    String^ Field;

    // The third field is public and literal. 
    literal String^ FieldC = "String C";

    Demo() { m_field = "String A"; Field = "String B"; }
};

static void DisplayField(Object^ obj, FieldInfo^ f)
{ 
    // Display the field name, value, and attributes.
    //
    Console::WriteLine("{0} = \"{1}\"; attributes: {2}", 
        f->Name, f->GetValue(obj), f->Attributes);
};

void main()
{
    Console::WriteLine ("\nReflection.FieldAttributes");
    Demo^ d = gcnew Demo();

    // Get a Type object for Demo, and a FieldInfo for each of
    // the three fields. Use the FieldInfo to display field
    // name, value for the Demo object in d, and attributes.
    //
    Type^ myType = Demo::typeid;

    FieldInfo^ fiPrivate = myType->GetField("m_field",
        BindingFlags::NonPublic | BindingFlags::Instance);
    DisplayField(d, fiPrivate);

    FieldInfo^ fiPublic = myType->GetField("Field",
        BindingFlags::Public | BindingFlags::Instance);
    DisplayField(d, fiPublic);

    FieldInfo^ fiConstant = myType->GetField("FieldC",
        BindingFlags::Public | BindingFlags::Static);
    DisplayField(d, fiConstant);
}

/* This code example produces the following output:

Reflection.FieldAttributes
m_field = "String A"; attributes: Private
Field = "String B"; attributes: Public
FieldC = "String C"; attributes: Public, Static, Literal, HasDefault
 */
using System;
using System.Reflection;

public class Demo
{
    // Make three fields:
    // The first field is private.
    private string m_field = "String A";

    // The second field is public.
    public string Field = "String B";

    // The third field is public const (hence also literal and static),
    // with a default value.
    public const string FieldC = "String C";
}

public class Myfieldattributes
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        Console.WriteLine ("\nReflection.FieldAttributes");
        Demo d = new Demo();
 
        // Get a Type object for Demo, and a FieldInfo for each of
        // the three fields. Use the FieldInfo to display field
        // name, value for the Demo object in d, and attributes.
        //
        Type myType = typeof(Demo);
        FieldInfo fiPrivate = myType.GetField("m_field",
            BindingFlags.NonPublic | BindingFlags.Instance);
        DisplayField(d, fiPrivate);

        FieldInfo fiPublic = myType.GetField("Field",
            BindingFlags.Public | BindingFlags.Instance);
        DisplayField(d, fiPublic);

        FieldInfo fiConstant = myType.GetField("FieldC",
            BindingFlags.Public | BindingFlags.Static);
        DisplayField(d, fiConstant);
    }

    static void DisplayField(Object obj, FieldInfo f)
    { 
        // Display the field name, value, and attributes.
        //
        Console.WriteLine("{0} = \"{1}\"; attributes: {2}", 
            f.Name, f.GetValue(obj), f.Attributes);
    }
}

/* This code example produces the following output:

Reflection.FieldAttributes
m_field = "String A"; attributes: Private
Field = "String B"; attributes: Public
FieldC = "String C"; attributes: Public, Static, Literal, HasDefault
 */
Imports System
Imports System.Reflection
Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic

Public Class Demo
    ' Declare three fields.
    ' The first field is private.
    Private m_field As String = "String A"

    'The second field is public.
    Public Field As String = "String B"

    ' The third field is public and const, hence also static
    ' and literal with a default value.
    Public Const FieldC As String = "String C"

End Class

Module Module1
    Sub Main()
        ' Create an instance of the Demo class.
        Dim d As New Demo()

        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "Reflection.FieldAttributes")

        ' Get a Type object for Demo, and a FieldInfo for each of
        ' the three fields. Use the FieldInfo to display field
        ' name, value for the Demo object in d, and attributes.
        '
        Dim myType As Type = GetType(Demo)

        Dim fiPrivate As FieldInfo = myType.GetField("m_field", _
            BindingFlags.NonPublic Or BindingFlags.Instance)
        DisplayField(d, fiPrivate)

        Dim fiPublic As FieldInfo = myType.GetField("Field", _
            BindingFlags.Public Or BindingFlags.Instance)
        DisplayField(d, fiPublic)

        Dim fiConstant As FieldInfo = myType.GetField("FieldC", _
            BindingFlags.Public Or BindingFlags.Static)
        DisplayField(d, fiConstant)
    End Sub

    Sub DisplayField(ByVal obj As Object, ByVal f As FieldInfo)

        ' Display the field name, value, and attributes.
        '
        Console.WriteLine("{0} = ""{1}""; attributes: {2}", _
            f.Name, f.GetValue(obj), f.Attributes)
    End Sub

End Module

' This code example produces the following output:
'
'm_field = "String A"; attributes: Private
'Field = "String B"; attributes: Public
'FieldC = "String C"; attributes: Public, Static, Literal, HasDefault

Remarques

Tous les membres ont un ensemble d’attributs, qui sont définies en relation avec le type spécifique du membre.All members have a set of attributes, which are defined in relation to the specific type of member. FieldAttributes informe l’utilisateur si ce champ est privé, statique et ainsi de suite.FieldAttributes informs the user whether this field is the private field, a static field, and so on.

Pour obtenir le Attributes propriété, commencez par obtenir la classe Type.To get the Attributes property, first get the class Type. À partir de la Type, obtenir le FieldInfo.From the Type, get the FieldInfo. À partir de la FieldInfo, obtenir le Attributes.From the FieldInfo, get the Attributes.

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