EditPoint2.EqualTo(TextPoint) EditPoint2.EqualTo(TextPoint) EditPoint2.EqualTo(TextPoint) EditPoint2.EqualTo(TextPoint) EditPoint2.EqualTo(TextPoint) EditPoint2.EqualTo(TextPoint) Method

Definition

Returns a value indicating whether the value of the given point object's AbsoluteCharOffset is equal to that of the calling EditPoint object.

public:
 bool EqualTo(EnvDTE::TextPoint ^ Point);
public:
 bool EqualTo(EnvDTE::TextPoint ^ Point);
bool EqualTo(EnvDTE::TextPoint const & Point);
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.DispId(31)]
public bool EqualTo (EnvDTE.TextPoint Point);
abstract member EqualTo : EnvDTE.TextPoint -> bool
Public Function EqualTo (Point As TextPoint) As Boolean
Parameters
Point
TextPoint TextPoint TextPoint TextPoint TextPoint TextPoint

Required. A TextPoint object to compare to the calling EditPoint point object.

Returns

A Boolean that is true if Point has the same AbsoluteCharOffset property value as the calling EditPoint point object; otherwise, false.

Implements

Examples

Sub EqualToExample(ByVal dte As DTE2)  

    ' Create a new text file.  
    dte.ItemOperations.NewFile()  
    Dim txtDoc As TextDocument = _  
        CType(dte.ActiveDocument.Object(), TextDocument)  

    ' Create an edit point at the empty text document's StartPoint   
    ' and EndPoint; CompareEditPoints displays "point1 and point2  
    ' occupy the same location."  
    Dim point1 As EditPoint = txtDoc.StartPoint.CreateEditPoint()  
    Dim point2 As EditPoint = txtDoc.EndPoint.CreateEditPoint()  
    CompareEditPoints(point1, point2)  

    ' Insert ten lines of text.  
    Dim i As Integer  
    For i = 1 To 10  
        point1.Insert("Line " & i.ToString() & vbCrLf)  
    Next  

    ' Create an edit point at the text document's StartPoint and   
    ' EndPoint; CompareEditPoints displays "point1 comes before  
    ' point2."  
    point1 = txtDoc.StartPoint.CreateEditPoint()  
    point2 = txtDoc.EndPoint.CreateEditPoint()  
    CompareEditPoints(point1, point2)  

End Sub  

Sub CompareEditPoints(ByVal point1 As EditPoint, _  
    ByVal point2 As EditPoint)  

    If point1.LessThan(point2) Then  
        MsgBox("point1 comes before point2.")  
    ElseIf point1.GreaterThan(point2) Then  
        MsgBox("point2 comes before point1.")  
    ElseIf (point1.EqualTo(point2)) Then  
        MsgBox("point1 and point2 occupy the same location.")  
    End If  

End Sub  
public void EqualToExample(DTE2 dte)  
{  

    // Create a new text file.  
    dte.ItemOperations.NewFile(@"General\Text File", "",   
        Constants.vsViewKindPrimary);  
    TextDocument txtDoc =   
        (TextDocument)dte.ActiveDocument.Object("TextDocument");  

    // Create an edit point at the empty text document's StartPoint   
    // and EndPoint; CompareEditPoints displays "point1 and point2  
    // occupy the same location."  
    EditPoint point1 = txtDoc.StartPoint.CreateEditPoint();  
    EditPoint point2 = txtDoc.EndPoint.CreateEditPoint();  
    CompareEditPoints(point1, point2);  

    // Insert ten lines of text.  
    for (int i = 1; i <= 10; i++)  
        point1.Insert("Line " + i.ToString() + "\r
"); // Create an edit point at the text document's StartPoint and // EndPoint; CompareEditPoints displays "point1 comes before // point2." point1 = txtDoc.StartPoint.CreateEditPoint(); point2 = txtDoc.EndPoint.CreateEditPoint(); CompareEditPoints(point1, point2); } public void CompareEditPoints(EditPoint point1, EditPoint point2) { if (point1.LessThan(point2)) MessageBox.Show("point1 comes before point2."); else if (point1.GreaterThan(point2)) MessageBox.Show("point2 comes before point1."); else if (point1.EqualTo(point2)) MessageBox.Show("point1 and point2 occupy the same location."); }

Remarks

EqualTo throws a ArgumentException exception if Point is not in the same document as the calling point object. With the VirtualPoint, EqualTo compares the virtual positions if the argument is a VirtualPoint, otherwise it compares the physical positions.

Applies to