A generic declaration. Either an unbound generic (
UnboundGeneric) or a
constructed generic (
Holds if this element was compiled from source code that is also present in the database. That is, this element corresponds to another element from source.
Holds if this element is from an assembly.
Holds if this element is from source code.
Gets a child of this element, if any.
Gets a location of this element, including sources and assemblies.
Gets the type containing this declaration, if any.
Gets the file containing this element.
Gets the index of this element among its parent’s other children (zero-based).
Gets a unique string label for this element.
Gets the “language” of this program element, as defined by the extension of the filename. For example, C# has language “cs”, and Visual Basic has language “vb”.
Gets the location of this element, if any. Where an element has multiple locations (for example a source file and an assembly), gets only the source location.
Gets the name of this element.
Gets the number of children of this element.
Gets the parent of this element, if any.
Gets the fully qualified name of this element, for example the fully qualified name of
Gets the fully qualified name of this declaration, including types, for example the fully qualified name with types of
Gets the unbound version of this declaration.
Gets the name of this declaration, without additional decoration such as
Holds if this element has name ‘name’.
Holds if this element has the qualified name
Holds if this element has qualified name
Holds if this declaration has been generated by the compiler, for example implicit constructors or accessors.
Holds if this declaration is unconstructed and in source code.
Gets a textual representation of this element.
Gets the full textual representation of this element, including type information.