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C# in a Nutshell by Peter Drayton, Ted Neward, Ben Albahari

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Name

IsolatedStorageFile

Synopsis

This class represents an isolated-storage filesystem area that can contain files and directories. The static GetStore() returns a reference to the current store. Call GetStore() only with the proper IsolatedStorageScope enumerations set. There are two shortcuts for this method: GetUserStoreForAssembly() returns the same store as GetStore() with IsolatedStorageScope.User | IsolatedStorageScope.Assembly as its first argument, and GetUserStoreForDomain() returns as though GetStore() was called with IsolatedStorageScope.User | IsolatedStorageScope.Assembly | IsolatedStorageScope.Domain. GetEnumerator() returns all valid types of storage isolation for the specified assembly and domain.

The rest of the methods for this class allow you to work with files and directories. CreateDirectory() and DeleteDirectory() allow you to create and delete directories, just as DeleteFile() allows you to delete files (use an IsolatedStorageFileStream to create them). Close() allows you to close a store opened with GetStore(). GetFileNames() returns an array of filenames matching a given filter.

public sealed class IsolatedStorageFile : IsolatedStorage : IDisposable {
// Public Instance Properties
   public override field ulong CurrentSize{get; }                // overrides IsolatedStorage
   public override field ulong MaximumSize{get; }                // overrides IsolatedStorage
                  // Public Static Methods
   public static method IEnumerator GetEnumerator(
        IsolatedStorageScope scope); public static method IsolatedStorageFile ...

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