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Next, pass tag to document.createElement(), saving the return value to a local variable named element. Regardless of whether element now contains a <link> or <style>, the type attributes will be "text/css". Thus far, we have this: function addSheet(tag, url) { var element = document.createElement(tag); element.type = "text/css"; } Now append element to childNodes for <head> by way of appendChild(), which we covered in 7. We have to do this now for the remainder of the function to work cross-browser. function addSheet(tag, url) { var element = document.createElement(tag); element.type = "text/css"; document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(element); } In the event we passed "link" for tag, set rel to "stylesheet" and href to the string in url. The browser will then apply the style sheet to the document. So for a <link>, we re done. function addSheet(tag, url) { var element = document.createElement(tag); element.type = "text/css"; document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(element); if (tag === "link") { element.rel = "stylesheet"; element.href = url; } } Things are trickier if tag contains "style". For Firefox, Safari, and Opera, we just cobble together an @import directive and pass that to insertRule(). For Internet Explorer, you might think to insert the directive with addRule(). But you would be wrong. Internet Explorer has a separate method named addImport() for inserting @import directives. addImport() works with two parameters: The URL of the style sheet to import. Just pass in the URL for the first parameter; there s no need to cobble together an @import directive. The second parameter, which is optional, is the numeric index for where to insert the directive in imports. Remember from earlier in the chapter that imports is where Explorer puts @import directives. That is to say, those are kept separate from the rule sets in rules.
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This function takes one parameter B the question to ask with a default. When setting size and location of controls on the form, we need to use point objects, so we ll create a local helper function C to simplify things. We need to load both the Windows Forms assembly D and the Drawing assembly E so we can create an instance of the point class. Although the classes defined in the forms library refer to the classes in the Drawing library, PowerShell will only find types in the explicitly loaded assemblies. As in the previous example, we create the top-level form and set the caption, but this time, we re also setting the size of the form. Next we create the label F, setting both the size and the location. We also set the Anchor property to top; this tells the layout manager to keep the label control anchored to the top of the form control. No matter what the size of the control is, the label will always stay the same distance from the top of the form. Then we create the OK button G, setting the caption and location. Again, we re using the Anchor property to tell the layout manager to maintain the button s position relative to the bottom and left edges of the form when resizing the form. We also defined the click handler scriptblock. This sets the DialogResult property to OK . When the form is closed, this is the value that will be returned from the call to ShowDialog(). Finally, we defined the Cancel button H, this time anchoring it to the lower right side of the form and adding a click handler that will cause ShowDialog() to return Cancel when the form is closed. The last step is to add all of the controls to the form and call ShowDialog() I. As before, the window may be hidden on your desktop when it appears. There are a couple things to note about this example. The first is that figuring out the size and location for each control is annoying. Calculation or a lot of trial and error is needed. This is what the Form editor in an IDE such as Visual Studio takes care of for you. If you look at the code, the form editor generates mostly property assignments. The second thing is a lot of code is almost identical. The definition for each of the buttons is the same except for the label and the anchor position. Again, this is something that the form editor takes care of for you. Unfortunately, there is no form editor available for PowerShell at the time of this writing. Fortunately, we have a highlevel scripting language we can use to build a library of functions to simplify this. And we ll also look at using smarter layout managers that do more of the work for you. In the next section, we ll introduce a WinForms library that addresses a number of these issues. 11.3.4 Example: A WinForms library There are a lot of elements in building a Windows Forms application that are repeated over and over. If you re working in an environment such as Visual Studio, the environment takes care of generating the boilerplate code. But if you re building a
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Notice that the original value assigned to f was truncated from 3.5 to 3 when the value in f was assigned to i. This truncation was caused when the compiler saw an int on the left side and a float on the right side of this assignment statement:
UNDERSTANDING TYPES AND ASSEMBLIES
In the previous chapter, we discussed the init method, the designated initializer, all the setter and getter methods, and the description. We re now going to ruthlessly eliminate of all the setter and getter methods and replace them with two lines of code:
Typically, the using directive simply indicates the namespaces employed by the program, and this is how we use this directive in our program. For example, rather than the fully qualified names System.Windows.Forms.Button and System.Windows.Forms.PictureBox, we simply use the Button and PictureBox names directly. It is worth noting that there is also a Button class in the System.Web.UI.WebControls namespace. The compiler uses the correct System.Windows.Forms.Button class because of the using keyword, and because the System.Web namespace is not referenced by our program. When we look at Visual Studio .NET in chapter 2, you will see that Visual Studio tends to use the fully qualified names everywhere. This is a good practice for a tool that generates code to guarantee that any potential for ambiguity is avoided. 1.2.2 Fields and properties Let s go back to our use of the Button and PictureBox classes. The top of our class now defines two member variables, or fields in C#, to represent the button and the picture box on our form. Here, Button and PictureBox are classes in the Windows Forms namespace that are used to create a button and picture box control on a Form. We will tend to use the terms class and control interchangeably for user interface objects in this book.3
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