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The Deletedproperty returns a value that indicates whether the exception was due to a deleted instance.
HRESULT get_Deleted( VARIANT_BOOL * pfDeleted );
[out] Reference to the Boolean flag. VARIANT_TRUEif the exception was due to a deleted instance. For information about the VARIANT_BOOLtype, see the union member of the PROPVARIANTstructure.
This method returns the standard values E_INVALIDARG, E_OUTOFMEMORY, E_UNEXPECTED, and E_FAIL, as well as the following:
The method completed successfully.
The VARIANT_BOOLdata type (also known as VT_BOOL) uses the value -1 to represent TRUEand 0 to represent FALSE. It is defined in the wtypes.hheader file in the following manner:
typedef short VARIANT_BOOL;
A common programming error occurs when, for readability purposes, you want to set a VARIANT_BOOLvalue to TRUEor FALSE. You can achieve the same effect by using the aliases VARIANT_TRUEand VARIANT_FALSE, which are also defined in the wtypes.hheader file.
#define VARIANT_TRUE ((VARIANT_BOOL)0xffff) #define VARIANT_FALSE ((VARIANT_BOOL)0)
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