Public Overloads Function SetByteValue( _
ByVal element As DicomElement, _
ByVal value As IntPtr, _
ByVal count As Integer _
) As Boolean
An item in the Data Set.
Pointer to a character or character string that contains the character value(s) to set. If you want to set multiple values in the Value Field, put all character values in this string and set count to the appropriate number of values.
Value that represents the number of values to set in the Value Field. If you want to set multiple values in the Value Field, put all the character values in value and set count to the appropriate number.
true if the character value(s) were set successfully. false if could not set the character value(s) of the Data Element.
Note: The user is responsible to allocate the memory for value. If you want to set more than one value in the Value Field of the Data Element, put all the character values in value and set count to the corresponding number of entries. For example, if you wish to set three character values in the Value Field of the Data Element, put all three characters in value and set count to three.
If more than one value is stored in the Value Field of the Data Element, you must set all values at the same time.
A character has a standard size of one byte. When multiple characters are in value, the first byte of data is the first character, the second byte of data is the second character, etc. Therefore no delimiters are needed.
This method can be called only if the Value Representation of the Data Element is:
For more information about Value Representations, refer to Default Value Representation Table.
For an example, refer to SetIntValue.