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Reset Method

Summary

Removes all items from the Data Element Tag Table.

Syntax

C#
VB
Java
WinRT C#
C++
public void Reset() 
Public Sub Reset()  
public void Reset() 
public void reset() 
 function Leadtools.Dicom.DicomTagTable.Reset() 
public: 
void Reset();  

Remarks
  • To reset the Data Element Tag Table to the default values, use Default.
  • To see the default values for the Data Element Tag Table, refer to the Data Element Tag Table.
Example

C#
VB
Silverlight C#
Silverlight VB
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Dicom; 
 
public void TestTagTable() 
{ 
 
   //Make sure to initialize the DICOM engine, this needs to be done only once  
   //In the whole application 
   DicomEngine.Startup(); 
 
   //We don't need to call this since the DicomEngine.Startup already does that for us 
   //These calls are for demonstration purposes only 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Reset(); 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Default(); 
 
   //We can also call FindByIndex if we know the index of this Tag 
   DicomTag tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.Find(DicomTag.PatientName); 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Delete(tag); 
 
   DicomTag tag1 = DicomTagTable.Instance.Insert(DicomTag.PatientName, 0xFFFFFFFF, "Patient's Name", DicomVRType.PN, 1, 1, 1); 
 
   Console.WriteLine("Tag Information:"); 
   Console.WriteLine("code is:         {0}", tag1.ToHexString()); 
   Console.WriteLine("VR is :          {0}", tag1.VR); 
   Console.WriteLine("MinVM is :       {0}", tag1.MinVM); 
   Console.WriteLine("MaxVM is :       {0}", tag1.MaxVM); 
   Console.WriteLine("VMDivider is :   {0}", tag1.VMDivider); 
 
   Debug.Assert(DicomTagTable.Instance.Exists(tag1) == true); 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.SetName(tag1, "Patient's Name 1"); 
 
   int count = 0; 
   //If we want to loop through all the Tags in the table we can do this: 
   tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetFirst(); 
   while (tag != null) 
   { 
      // We can also access the rest of the properties of DicomTag in here, 
      // such as DicomTagType.Code, DicomTagType.Name, DicomTagType.Mask 
 
      if (tag.Code == DicomTag.PatientName) 
      { 
         MessageBox.Show(tag.Name); 
      } 
      count++; 
      tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetNext(tag); 
   } 
   //We can use GetLast and GetPrevious to achieve the same thing 
 
   Debug.Assert(count == DicomTagTable.Instance.GetCount()); 
 
   DicomEngine.Shutdown(); 
} 
Imports Leadtools 
Imports Leadtools.Dicom 
 
Private Sub TestTagTable() 
 
   'Make sure to initialize the DICOM engine, this needs to be done only once  
   'In the whole application 
   DicomEngine.Startup() 
 
   'We don't need to call this since the DicomEngine.Startup already does that for us 
   'These calls are for demonstration purposes only 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Reset() 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Default() 
 
   'We can also call FindByIndex if we know the index of this Tag 
   Dim tag As DicomTag = DicomTagTable.Instance.Find(DicomTag.PatientName) 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Delete(tag) 
 
   Dim tag1 As DicomTag = DicomTagTable.Instance.Insert(DicomTag.PatientName, &HFFFFFFFFL, "Patient's Name", DicomVRType.PN, 1, 1, 1) 
   Debug.Assert(DicomTagTable.Instance.Exists(tag1) = True) 
 
   Console.WriteLine("Tag Information:") 
   Console.WriteLine("code is:         {0}", tag1.ToHexString()) 
   Console.WriteLine("VR is :          {0}", tag1.VR) 
   Console.WriteLine("MinVM is :       {0}", tag1.MinVM) 
   Console.WriteLine("MaxVM is :       {0}", tag1.MaxVM) 
   Console.WriteLine("VMDivider is :   {0}", tag1.VMDivider) 
 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.SetName(tag1, "Patient's Name 1") 
 
   Dim count As Integer = 0 
   'If we want to loop through all the Tags in the table we can do this: 
   tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetFirst() 
   Do While Not tag Is Nothing 
      ' We can also access the rest of the properties of DicomTag in here, 
      ' such as DicomTagType.Code, DicomTagType.Name, DicomTagType.Mask 
 
      If tag.Code = DicomTag.PatientName Then 
         MessageBox.Show(tag.Name) 
      End If 
      count += 1 
      tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetNext(tag) 
   Loop 
   'We can use GetLast and GetPrevious to achieve the same thing 
 
   Debug.Assert(count = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetCount()) 
 
   DicomEngine.Shutdown() 
End Sub 
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Dicom; 
using Leadtools.Examples; 
 
public void TestTagTable() 
{ 
 
   //Make sure to initialize the DICOM engine, this needs to be done only once  
   //In the whole application 
   DicomEngine.Startup(); 
 
   //We don't need to call this since the DicomEngine.Startup already does that for us 
   //These calls are for demonstration purposes only 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Reset(); 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Default(); 
 
   //We can also call FindByIndex if we know the index of this Tag 
   DicomTag tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.Find(DicomTag.PatientName); 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Delete(tag); 
 
   DicomTag tag1 = DicomTagTable.Instance.Insert(DicomTag.PatientName, 0xFFFFFFFF, "Patient's Name", DicomVRType.PN, 1, 1, 1); 
 
   Debug.WriteLine("Tag Information:"); 
   Debug.WriteLine("VR is :          {0}", tag1.VR); 
   Debug.WriteLine("MinVM is :       {0}", tag1.MinVM); 
   Debug.WriteLine("MaxVM is :       {0}", tag1.MaxVM); 
   Debug.WriteLine("VMDivider is :   {0}", tag1.VMDivider); 
 
   Debug.Assert(DicomTagTable.Instance.Exists(tag1) == true); 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.SetName(tag1, "Patient's Name 1"); 
 
   int count = 0; 
   //If we want to loop through all the Tags in the table we can do this: 
   tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetFirst(); 
   while (tag != null) 
   { 
      // We can also access the rest of the properties of DicomTag in here, 
      // such as DicomTagType.Code, DicomTagType.Name, DicomTagType.Mask 
 
      if (tag.Code == DicomTag.PatientName) 
      { 
         Debug.WriteLine(tag.Name); 
      } 
      count++; 
      tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetNext(tag); 
   } 
   //We can use GetLast and GetPrevious to achieve the same thing 
 
   Debug.Assert(count == DicomTagTable.Instance.GetCount()); 
 
   DicomEngine.Shutdown(); 
} 
Imports Leadtools 
Imports Leadtools.Dicom 
 
Public Sub TestTagTable() 
 
   'Make sure to initialize the DICOM engine, this needs to be done only once  
   'In the whole application 
   DicomEngine.Startup() 
 
   'We don't need to call this since the DicomEngine.Startup already does that for us 
   'These calls are for demonstration purposes only 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Reset() 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Default() 
 
   'We can also call FindByIndex if we know the index of this Tag 
   Dim tag As DicomTag = DicomTagTable.Instance.Find(DicomTag.PatientName) 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.Delete(tag) 
 
   Dim tag1 As DicomTag = DicomTagTable.Instance.Insert(DicomTag.PatientName, &HFFFFFFFFL, "Patient's Name", DicomVRType.PN, 1, 1, 1) 
 
   Debug.WriteLine("Tag Information:") 
   Debug.WriteLine("VR is :          {0}", tag1.VR) 
   Debug.WriteLine("MinVM is :       {0}", tag1.MinVM) 
   Debug.WriteLine("MaxVM is :       {0}", tag1.MaxVM) 
   Debug.WriteLine("VMDivider is :   {0}", tag1.VMDivider) 
 
   Debug.Assert(DicomTagTable.Instance.Exists(tag1) = True) 
   DicomTagTable.Instance.SetName(tag1, "Patient's Name 1") 
 
   Dim count As Integer = 0 
   'If we want to loop through all the Tags in the table we can do this: 
   tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetFirst() 
   Do While Not tag Is Nothing 
      ' We can also access the rest of the properties of DicomTag in here, 
      ' such as DicomTagType.Code, DicomTagType.Name, DicomTagType.Mask 
 
      If tag.Code = DicomTag.PatientName Then 
         Debug.WriteLine(tag.Name) 
      End If 
      count += 1 
      tag = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetNext(tag) 
   Loop 
   'We can use GetLast and GetPrevious to achieve the same thing 
 
   Debug.Assert(count = DicomTagTable.Instance.GetCount()) 
 
   DicomEngine.Shutdown() 
End Sub 

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