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The bitwise logical operators are often used to set the bit patterns for parameters to methods. The bitwise logical operators are listed in Table 8-12. These operators, except for bitwise negation, are binary and left-associative. The bitwise negation operator is unary. Table 8-12. The Logical Operators
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As you can see in Figure 3-4, the same dialog allows you to specify additional search paths to look for assemblies. You may have noticed that Visual Studio always seems to provide more than one way of doing the same thing. This is no exception. You could remove the reference from the Add References dialog box, and then add the folder containing your signed assembly to the property Resolve #using References under General and then C/C++. You were probably tempted to just add the directory containing your assembly right there in the Add Reference dialog box. This doesn t have any effect other than adding a setting in the project file.
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Encounters with variable argument list (vararg) methods in earlier chapters revealed the following information: The calling convention of these methods is vararg. Only mandatory parameters are specified in the vararg method declaration: .method public static vararg void Print(string Format) { ... } If and only if optional parameters are specified in a vararg method reference at the call site, they are preceded by a sentinel an ellipsis in ILAsm notation and a comma: call vararg void Print(string, ..., int32, float32, string) I m not sure that requiring the sentinel to appear as an independent comma-separated argument was a good idea. After all, a sentinel is not a true element type but is a modifier of the element type immediately following. Nevertheless, such was ILAsm notation in the first release of the common language runtime, and we had to live with it for a while. Version 2.0 of ILAsm takes care of this, and the following notations are considered equivalent: call vararg void Print(string, ..., int32, float32, string) // works for all versions call vararg void Print(string, ... int32, float32, string) // works for v2.0 only The vararg method signature at the call site obviously differs from the signature specified when the method is defined, because the call site signature carries information about optional parameters. That s why vararg methods are always referenced by MemberRef tokens and never by MethodDef tokens, even if the method is defined in the current module. (In that case, the MemberRef record corresponding to the vararg call site will have the respective MethodDef as its parent, which is slightly disturbing, but only at first sight.) Now let s see how the vararg methods are implemented. IL offers no specific instructions for argument list parsing beyond the arglist instruction, which merely creates the argument list structure. To work with this structure and iterate through the argument list, you need to work with the .NET Framework class library value type [mscorlib]System.ArgIterator. This value type should be initialized with the argument list structure, which is an instance of the value type [mscorlib]System.RuntimeArgumentHandle, returned by the arglist instruction. ArgIterator offers such useful methods as GetRemainingCount and GetNextArg. To make a long story short, let s review the following code snippet from the sample file on the Apress Web site: // Compute sum of undefined number of arguments .method public static vararg unsigned int64 Sum(/* all arguments optional */) { .locals init(value class [mscorlib]System.ArgIterator Args, unsigned int64 Sum, int32 NumArgs) ldc.i8 0 stloc Sum
CHAPTER 1: Getting Started
Setting Up the Database
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