TextInfo.ReadOnly(TextInfo) メソッド

定義

指定された TextInfo オブジェクトの読み取り専用バージョンを返します。Returns a read-only version of the specified TextInfo object.

public:
 static System::Globalization::TextInfo ^ ReadOnly(System::Globalization::TextInfo ^ textInfo);
public static System.Globalization.TextInfo ReadOnly (System.Globalization.TextInfo textInfo);
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(false)]
public static System.Globalization.TextInfo ReadOnly (System.Globalization.TextInfo textInfo);
static member ReadOnly : System.Globalization.TextInfo -> System.Globalization.TextInfo
[<System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(false)>]
static member ReadOnly : System.Globalization.TextInfo -> System.Globalization.TextInfo
Public Shared Function ReadOnly (textInfo As TextInfo) As TextInfo

パラメーター

textInfo
TextInfo

TextInfo オブジェクト。A TextInfo object.

戻り値

TextInfo

textInfo が読み取り専用の場合は、textInfo パラメーターで指定された TextInfo オブジェクト。The TextInfo object specified by the textInfo parameter, if textInfo is read-only.

- または --or- textInfo が読み取り専用でない場合は、textInfo で指定された TextInfo オブジェクトの読み取り専用のメンバーごとの複製。A read-only memberwise clone of the TextInfo object specified by textInfo, if textInfo is not read-only.

属性

例外

textInfo が null です。textInfo is null.

次のコード例は、 Clone メソッドとメソッドを示して ReadOnly います。The following code example demonstrates the Clone and ReadOnly methods.

// This example demonstrates the TextInfo.Clone() and
// TextInfo.ReadOnly() methods.

using System;
using System.Globalization;

class Sample
{
    public static void Main()
    {
// Get the TextInfo of a predefined culture that ships with
// the .NET Framework.
    CultureInfo ci = new CultureInfo("en-US");
    TextInfo ti1 = ci.TextInfo;

// Display whether the TextInfo is read-only or not.
    DisplayReadOnly("1) The original TextInfo object", ti1);
    Console.WriteLine();

// Create a clone of the original TextInfo and cast the clone to a TextInfo type.
    Console.WriteLine("2a) Create a clone of the original TextInfo object...");
    TextInfo ti2 = (TextInfo)ti1.Clone();

// Display whether the clone is read-only.
    DisplayReadOnly("2b) The TextInfo clone", ti2);

// Set the ListSeparator property on the TextInfo clone.
    Console.WriteLine("2c) The original value of the clone's ListSeparator " +
                      "property is \"{0}\".", ti2.ListSeparator);
    ti2.ListSeparator = "/";
    Console.WriteLine("2d) The new value of the clone's ListSeparator " +
                      "property is \"{0}\".\n", ti2.ListSeparator);

// Create a read-only clone of the original TextInfo.
    Console.WriteLine("3a) Create a read-only clone of the original TextInfo object...");
    TextInfo ti3 = TextInfo.ReadOnly(ti1);

// Display whether the read-only clone is actually read-only.
    DisplayReadOnly("3b) The TextInfo clone", ti3);

// Try to set the ListSeparator property of a read-only TextInfo object. Use the
// IsReadOnly property again to determine whether to attempt the set operation. You
// could use a try-catch block instead and catch an InvalidOperationException when
// the set operation fails, but that programming technique is inefficient.
    Console.WriteLine("3c) Try to set the read-only clone's LineSeparator " +
                      "property.");
    if (ti3.IsReadOnly == true)
        {
        Console.WriteLine("3d) The set operation is invalid.");
        }
    else
        {
        // This clause is not executed.
        ti3.ListSeparator = "/";
        Console.WriteLine("3d) The new value of the clone's ListSeparator " +
                          "property is \"{0}\".\n", ti2.ListSeparator);
        }
    }

    private static void DisplayReadOnly(string caption, TextInfo ti)
    {
    Console.WriteLine("{0} is {1}read-only.",
                      caption, ti.IsReadOnly ? "" : "not ");
    }
}

/*
This code example produces the following results:

1) The original TextInfo object is not read-only.

2a) Create a clone of the original TextInfo object...
2b) The TextInfo clone is not read-only.
2c) The original value of the clone's ListSeparator property is ",".
2d) The new value of the clone's ListSeparator property is "/".

3a) Create a read-only clone of the original TextInfo object...
3b) The TextInfo clone is read-only.
3c) Try to set the read-only clone's LineSeparator property.
3d) The set operation is invalid.

*/
' This example demonstrates the TextInfo.Clone() and
' TextInfo.ReadOnly() methods.

Imports System.Globalization

Class Sample
    Public Shared Sub Main() 
        ' Get the TextInfo of a predefined culture that ships with 
        ' the .NET Framework.
        Dim ci As New CultureInfo("en-US")
        Dim ti1 As TextInfo = ci.TextInfo
        
        ' Display whether the TextInfo is read-only or not.
        DisplayReadOnly("1) The original TextInfo object", ti1)
        Console.WriteLine()
        
        ' Create a clone of the original TextInfo and cast the clone to a TextInfo type.
        Console.WriteLine("2a) Create a clone of the original TextInfo object...")
        Dim ti2 As TextInfo = CType(ti1.Clone(), TextInfo)
        
        ' Display whether the clone is read-only.
        DisplayReadOnly("2b) The TextInfo clone", ti2)
        
        ' Set the ListSeparator property on the TextInfo clone.
        Console.WriteLine("2c) The original value of the clone's ListSeparator " & _
                          "property is ""{0}"".", ti2.ListSeparator)
        ti2.ListSeparator = "/"
        Console.WriteLine("2d) The new value of the clone's ListSeparator " & _ 
                          "property is ""{0}""." & vbCrLf, ti2.ListSeparator)
        
        ' Create a read-only clone of the original TextInfo.
        Console.WriteLine("3a) Create a read-only clone of the original TextInfo object...")
        Dim ti3 As TextInfo = TextInfo.ReadOnly(ti1)
        
        ' Display whether the read-only clone is actually read-only.
        DisplayReadOnly("3b) The TextInfo clone", ti3)
        
        ' Try to set the ListSeparator property of a read-only TextInfo object. Use the
        ' IsReadOnly property again to determine whether to attempt the set operation. You 
        ' could use a try-catch block instead and catch an InvalidOperationException when
        ' the set operation fails, but that programming technique is inefficient.
        Console.WriteLine("3c) Try to set the read-only clone's LineSeparator property.")
        If ti3.IsReadOnly = True Then
            Console.WriteLine("3d) The set operation is invalid.")
        Else
            ' This clause is not executed.
            ti3.ListSeparator = "/"
            Console.WriteLine("3d) The new value of the clone's ListSeparator " & _ 
                              "property is ""{0}""." & vbCrLf, ti2.ListSeparator)
        End If
    
    End Sub
    
    Private Shared Sub DisplayReadOnly(ByVal caption As String, ByVal ti As TextInfo)
        Dim middle As String
        If ti.IsReadOnly = True Then
            middle = ""
        Else 
            middle = "not "
        End If        
        Console.WriteLine("{0} is {1}read-only.", caption, middle)
    End Sub
End Class

'
'This code example produces the following results:
'
'1) The original TextInfo object is not read-only.
'
'2a) Create a clone of the original TextInfo object...
'2b) The TextInfo clone is not read-only.
'2c) The original value of the clone's ListSeparator property is ",".
'2d) The new value of the clone's ListSeparator property is "/".
'
'3a) Create a read-only clone of the original TextInfo object...
'3b) The TextInfo clone is read-only.
'3c) Try to set the read-only clone's LineSeparator property.
'3d) The set operation is invalid.
'

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