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  1. #1
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    Jun 2006

    Question how to create property which I can pass parameters?

    Is it possible to create property which I can pass parameters? would you please give me an example or solution? here is what I would like to do:

    __property double a = {read=getA("a"), write=setA("a")};
    __property double b= {read=getB("c"), write=setB("c")};

    double getA(char *a);
    void setA(double value, char *a);

    double getB(char *a);
    void setB(double value, char*a);

    Thank you!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2010

    Re: how to create property which I can pass parameters?

    I already posted in your other thread over there in the VC++ section, where I stated that IMO something taking parameters is not a property, but rather a member function (with the exception of the .NET default property, AKA indexer).

    However, while researching a suitible link to post for you, it turned out that apparently .NET and C++/CLI do allow for non-default indexed properties. IIRC I once tried that in one of my programs and didn't get it to work (for whatever reason), and then gave up further pursuing that idea.

    See these links:
    How to: Use Indexed Properties
    How to: Use Multidimensional Properties
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