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When you amend a TypeDef, the flags, the extends clause, and the implements clause (not discussed here in the interests of keeping the sample simple) are ignored. You should define these characteristics of a TypeDef the first time you declare it. There is no limitation on the number of TypeDef amendments or on how many source files a TypeDef declaration might span. You are required, however, to completely define a TypeDef within one module. Thus, it is impossible to amend the TypeDefs defined in other assemblies or other modules of the same assembly. 7 provides detailed information about ILAsm class declarations.
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You might want to know about a little cheat that will allow you to circumvent the necessity of repeating the extends clause. ILAsm has two keywords, value and enum, that can be placed among the class flags to identify, respectively, value types and enumerations if you omit the extends clause. (If you include the extends clause, these keywords are ignored.) This is, of course, not a proper way to represent the metadata, because it can give the incorrect impression that value types and enumerations are identified by certain TypeDef flags. I am ashamed that ILAsm contains such lowly tricks, but I am too lazy to type extends [mscorlib]System.ValueType again and again. ILDASM never resorts to these cheats and always truthfully prints the extends clause, but ILDASM has the advantage of being a software utility.
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This is the field declaration of the OddOrEven application: .field public static int32 val .field public static int32 val defines a metadata item named Field Definition (FieldDef). Because the declaration occurs within the scope of class Odd.or.Even, the declared field belongs to this class. The keywords public and static define the flags of the FieldDef. The keyword public identifies the accessibility of this field and means the field can be accessed by any member for whom this class is visible. Alternative accessibility flags are as follows: The assembly flag specifies that the field can be accessed from anywhere within this assembly but not from outside. The family flag specifies that the field can be accessed from any of the classes descending from Odd.or.Even. The famandassem flag specifies that the field can be accessed from any of those descendants of Odd.or.Even that are defined in this assembly. The famorassem flag specifies that the field can be accessed from anywhere within this assembly as well as from any descendant of Odd.or.Even, even if the descendant is declared outside this assembly. The private flag specifies that the field can be accessed from Odd.or.Even only.
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The privatescope flag specifies that the field can be accessed from anywhere within current module. This flag is the default. The privatescope flag is a special case, and I strongly recommend you do not use it. Private scope items are exempt from the requirement of having a unique parent/name/signature triad, which means you can define two or more private scope items within the same class that have the same name and the same type. Some compilers emit private scope items for their internal purposes. It is the compiler s problem to distinguish one private scope item from another; if you decide to use private scope items, you should at least give them unique names. Because the default accessibility is privatescope, which can be a problem, it s important to remember to specify the accessibility flags. The keyword static means the field is static that is, it is shared by all instances of class Odd.or.Even. If you did not designate the field as static, it would be an instance field, individual to a specific instance of the class. The keyword int32 defines the type of the field, a 32-bit signed integer. ( 8 describes types and signatures.) And, of course, val is the name of the field. You can find a detailed explanation of field declarations in 9.
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