wx.ArrayString Class Reference

Inheritance diagram for wx.ArrayString:


List of all members.

Public Member Functions

void Add (wxString toadd)
void Add (string toadd)
void Add (IEnumerable toadd)
 ArrayString (IEnumerable elems)
 ArrayString ()
 ArrayString (IntPtr wxObject)
void Clear ()
override void Dispose ()
int Index (wxString lookForThisEntry, bool bCase, bool bFromEnd)
int Index (string lookForThisEntry, bool bCase, bool bFromEnd)
int Index (string lookForThisEntry, bool bCase)
int Index (string lookForThisEntry)
void Remove (wxString what)
void Remove (string what)
void RemoveAt (int pos)
void Sort (bool reversed)
void Sort ()
string[] ToArray ()

Static Public Member Functions

static implicit operator string[] (ArrayString ars)
static ArrayString SafeNewFrom (IEnumerable elems)


int Count [get]
string this [int num] [get]

Detailed Description

A wrapper for wxWidgets arrays of string. This is used for internal purposes. However, just like wxString this has been left public to allow extreme non-functional optimizations reducing conversions between arrays of .NET strings and this.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

wx.ArrayString.ArrayString ( IntPtr  wxObject  ) 

wx.ArrayString.ArrayString (  ) 

wx.ArrayString.ArrayString ( IEnumerable  elems  ) 

Generates an instance comprising the items of the argument. All items of the argument shall be strings. Otherwise, this method will throw an dynamic type error. The argument may also be null. In this case, this is equivalent to the default constructor (generate an instance of size 0).

Member Function Documentation

void wx.ArrayString.Add ( wxString  toadd  ) 

void wx.ArrayString.Add ( string  toadd  ) 

void wx.ArrayString.Add ( IEnumerable  toadd  ) 

This will add the elements of the collection. This will throw an exception of the collection contains non-strings.

void wx.ArrayString.Clear (  ) 

override void wx.ArrayString.Dispose (  )  [virtual]

Reimplemented from wx.Object.

int wx.ArrayString.Index ( wxString  lookForThisEntry,
bool  bCase,
bool  bFromEnd 

Search the element in the array, starting from the beginning if bFromEnd is false or from end otherwise. If bCase, comparison is case sensitive (default), otherwise the case is ignored.

This function uses linear search for ArrayString and binary search for SortedArrayString, but it ignores the bCase and bFromEnd parameters in the latter case.

Returns index of the first item matched or -1 if there is no match.

int wx.ArrayString.Index ( string  lookForThisEntry,
bool  bCase,
bool  bFromEnd 

int wx.ArrayString.Index ( string  lookForThisEntry,
bool  bCase 

int wx.ArrayString.Index ( string  lookForThisEntry  ) 

This will return the first index of string lookForThisEntry or -1 is this string is not in the array.

static implicit wx.ArrayString.operator string[] ( ArrayString  ars  )  [static]

void wx.ArrayString.Remove ( wxString  what  ) 

void wx.ArrayString.Remove ( string  what  ) 

void wx.ArrayString.RemoveAt ( int  pos  ) 

static ArrayString wx.ArrayString.SafeNewFrom ( IEnumerable  elems  )  [static]

This is a safe alternative for the corresponding CTor. Safe means here: If the argument is null, the result is also null without any exceptions.

void wx.ArrayString.Sort ( bool  reversed  ) 

Sorts the entry (optionally in reversed order).

void wx.ArrayString.Sort (  ) 

string [] wx.ArrayString.ToArray (  ) 

Property Documentation

int wx.ArrayString.Count [get]

string wx.ArrayString.this[int num] (  )  [get]

Access string num of the array. Will cause an assert error on illegal indices.

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