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NOTE: If you type the three comment markers in the empty line above the property definition instead of on the same line as the property definition, you don t need to press the Enter key to generate the documentation structure
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4 Type a summary of the property between the summary tags, the value of the property between the value tags, and so on Your documentation may be similar to this:
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''' ''' ''' ''' ''' ''' <summary> Gets or sets the product name </summary> <value>Product Name</value> <returns>Product Name</returns> <remarks></remarks>
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Use the summary tags to describe the purpose of the Property statement By convention, a Property statement summary begins with the text Gets or sets the for a read-and-write property, Gets the for readonly properties, and Sets the for write-only properties In this example, the value and returns tags don t provide very useful information, because the product name is self-explanatory These two tags could be deleted in this case However, in other cases the property may not be as obvious, so the documentation de ned in the XML tags is more useful For example, a Status property is not as obvious, and the XML documentation could provide further information, such as what the status value means and what it actually returns When you provide a summary of a property using XML comments, the summary appears in appropriate places within Visual Studio For example, the summary appears in the Intellisense List Members box when you type the object variable name and a period () Using XML comments to document your properties makes it easier for you and other developers to work with your properties
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For the Purchase Tracker sample application: Open the Product class in the Code Editor Add documentation for the ProductName property using XML comments In the Code Editor, view the comment by typing prod in the Load event in the ProductWin form When you type the period (), Visual Studio displays the Intellisense List Members box, showing all the properties and methods for the class Click the ProductName property to see the XML comments Be sure to remove this code; otherwise, the project will have a syntax error
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Some elds should be changed only by code in the class, not by any code outside the class For example, a ProductID should not be changed by code outside the class, because the ID is the key property used to identify the product It should be set only when the product is created and then never changed (See 8 for more information on primary key elds) You can de ne a property to be read-only using the ReadOnly keyword If you need to de ne a property as write-only, you can use the WriteOnly keyword
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Public ReadOnly Property ProductID() As Integer Get End Get End Property
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When you make the property read-only or write-only using the keyword, the code in the class cannot access the property either If the property is read-only, the code in the class must access the private backing variable to update the value It would be better to de ne the accessibility on the accessors so that the getter could be public but the setter could be private This would allow the code in the class to set the property but make it appear read-only outside this class To de ne separate accessibility on the accessors, add an accessibility keyword to either the getter or setter:
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