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xtd::forms::progress_bar Class Reference

Represents a Windows progress bar control. More...

#include <progress_bar.hpp>

Inheritance diagram for xtd::forms::progress_bar:

## Public Member Functions

progress_bar ()
Initializes a new instance of the progress_bar class. More...

drawing::size default_size () const override
Gets the default size of the control. More...

void increment (int32_t value)
Advances the current position of the progress bar by the specified amount. More...

virtual size_t marquee_animation_speed ()
Gets he time period, in milliseconds, that it takes the progress block to scroll across the progress bar. More...

virtual progress_barmarquee_animation_speed (size_t marquee_animation_speed)
Sets the time period, in milliseconds, that it takes the progress block to scroll across the progress bar. More...

virtual int32_t maximum ()
Gets the maximum value of the range of the control. More...

virtual progress_barmaximum (int32_t maximum)
Sets the maximum value of the range of the control. More...

virtual int32_t minimum ()
Gets the minimum value of the range of the control. More...

virtual progress_barminimum (int32_t minimum)
Sets the minimum value of the range of the control. More...

virtual forms::orientation orientation () const
Gets a value indicating the horizontal or vertical orientation of the progress bar. More...

virtual progress_barorientation (forms::orientation orientation)
Sets a value indicating the horizontal or vertical orientation of the progress bar. More...

void perform_step ()
Advances the current position of the progress bar by the amount of the Step property. More...

void set_range (int min_value, int max_value)

virtual int32_t step ()
Gets the amount by which a call to the PerformStep() method increases the current position of the progress bar. More...

virtual progress_barstep (int32_t step)
Sets the amount by which a call to the PerformStep() method increases the current position of the progress bar. More...

virtual progress_bar_style style () const
Gets the manner in which progress should be indicated on the progress bar. More...

virtual progress_barstyle (progress_bar_style style)
Sets the manner in which progress should be indicated on the progress bar. More...

std::string to_string () const override
Returns a string that represents the progress_bar control. More...

virtual int32_t value ()
Gets the current position of the progress bar. More...

virtual progress_barvalue (int32_t value)
Sets the current position of the progress bar. More...

Public Member Functions inherited from xtd::forms::control
control ()
Initializes a new instance of the Control class with default settings. More...

control (const std::string &text)
Initializes a new instance of the control class with specific text. More...

control (const control &parent, const std::string &text)
nitializes a new instance of the control class as a child control, with specific text. More...

control (const std::string &text, int32_t left, int32_t top, int32_t width, int32_t height)
Initializes a new instance of the control class with specific text, size, and location. More...

control (const control &parent, const std::string &text, int32_t left, int32_t top, int32_t width, int32_t height)
Initializes a new instance of the control class as a child control, with specific text, size, and location. More...

virtual anchor_styles anchor () const
Gets the edges of the container to which a control is bound and determines how a control is resized with its parent. More...

virtual controlanchor (anchor_styles anchor)
Gets the edges of the container to which a control is bound and determines how a control is resized with its parent. More...

virtual drawing::point auto_scroll_point () const
Gets where this control is scrolled to in scroll_control_into_view(control). More...

virtual bool auto_size () const
Gets a value that indicates whether the control resizes based on its contents. More...

virtual controlauto_size (bool auto_size)
Sets a value that indicates whether the control resizes based on its contents. More...

virtual drawing::color back_color () const
Gets the background color for the control. More...

virtual controlback_color (const drawing::color &color)
Sets the background color for the control. More...

async_result_invoke begin_invoke (delegate< void(std::vector< std::any >)> value, const std::vector< std::any > &args)

async_result_invoke begin_invoke (delegate< void()> value)

virtual int32_t bottom () const
Gets the distance, in pixels, between the bottom edge of the control and the top edge of its container's client area. More...

virtual drawing::rectangle bounds () const
Gets the size and location of the control including its nonclient elements, in pixels, relative to the parent control. More...

virtual controlbounds (const drawing::rectangle &bounds)
Sets the size and location of the control including its nonclient elements, in pixels, relative to the parent control. More...

virtual bool can_focus () const
Gets a value indicating whether the control can receive focus. More...

bool can_raise_events () const override
Determines if events can be raised on the control. More...

virtual bool can_select () const
Gets a value indicating whether the control can be selected. More...

virtual const drawing::rectangleclient_rectangle () const
Gets the rectangle that represents the client area of the control. More...

virtual const drawing::sizeclient_size () const
Gets the height and width of the client area of the control. More...

virtual controlclient_size (const drawing::size &client_size)
Sets the height and width of the client area of the control. More...

virtual std::string compagny_name () const
Gets the name of the company or creator of the application containing the control. More...

virtual control_collectioncontrols ()
Gets the collection of controls contained within the control. More...

virtual const control_collectioncontrols () const
Gets the collection of controls contained within the control. More...

void create_control ()

drawing::graphics create_graphics () const

virtual void create_handle ()

virtual bool created ()
Gets a value indicating whether the control has been created. More...

virtual forms::cursor cursor () const

virtual controlcursor (const forms::cursor &cursor)

virtual drawing::color default_back_color () const
Gets the default background color of the control. More...

virtual forms::cursor default_cursor () const

virtual drawing::font default_font () const

virtual drawing::color default_fore_color () const

void destroy_control ()

virtual void destroy_handle ()

virtual drawing::rectangle display_rectangle () const

virtual dock_style dock () const
Gets or sets which control borders are docked to its parent control and determines how a control is resized with its parent. More...

virtual controldock (dock_style dock)

virtual bool double_buffered () const

virtual controldouble_buffered (bool double_buffered)

virtual bool enabled () const

virtual controlenabled (bool enabled)

void end_invoke (async_result_invoke async)

bool focus ()

virtual bool focused () const

virtual drawing::font font () const

virtual controlfont (const drawing::font &font)

virtual drawing::color fore_color () const

virtual controlfore_color (const drawing::color &color)

intptr_t handle () const override
Gets the handle to the window represented by the implementer. More...

virtual int32_t height () const

virtual controlheight (int32_t height)

virtual void hide ()

virtual void invalidate () const

virtual void invalidate (bool invalidate_children) const

virtual void invalidate (const drawing::rectangle &rect) const

virtual void invalidate (const drawing::rectangle &rect, bool invalidate_children) const

void invoke (delegate< void(std::vector< std::any >)> value, const std::vector< std::any > &args)

void invoke (delegate< void()> value)

bool is_handle_created () const

virtual int32_t left () const

virtual controlleft (int32_t left)

virtual drawing::point location () const

virtual controllocation (const drawing::point &location)

virtual const std::string & name () const

virtual controlname (const std::string &name)

virtual std::optional< control_refparent () const

virtual controlparent (const control &parent)

virtual controlparent (std::nullptr_t)

void perform_layout ()
Forces the control to apply layout logic to all its child controls. More...

xtd::drawing::point point_to_client (const xtd::drawing::point &p)

xtd::drawing::point point_to_screen (const xtd::drawing::point &p)

virtual std::string product_name () const

bool recreating_handle () const

virtual void refresh () const

void resume_layout ()
Resumes usual layout logic. More...

void resume_layout (bool perform_layout)
Resumes usual layout logic, optionally forcing an immediate layout of pending layout requests. More...

virtual int32_t right () const

intptr_t send_message (intptr_t hwnd, int32_t msg, intptr_t wparam, intptr_t lparam) const

void set_auto_size_mode (auto_size_mode auto_size_mode)

void set_bounds (int32_t x, int32_t y, int32_t width, int32_t height)

void set_bounds (int32_t x, int32_t y, int32_t width, int32_t height, bounds_specified specified)

virtual void show ()

virtual drawing::size size () const

virtual controlsize (const drawing::size &size)

void suspend_layout ()
Temporarily suspends the layout logic for the control. More...

virtual std::any tag () const
Gets the object that contains data about the control. More...

virtual controltag (std::any tag)
Sets the object that contains data about the control. More...

virtual const std::string & text () const

virtual controltext (const std::string &text)

virtual int32_t top () const

virtual controltop (int32_t top)

virtual std::optional< control_reftop_level_control () const

virtual void update () const

virtual bool visible () const

virtual controlvisible (bool visible)

virtual int32_t width () const

virtual controlwidth (int32_t width)

## Protected Member Functions

forms::create_params create_params () const override
Gets the required creation parameters when the control handle is created. More...

void on_handle_created (const event_args &e) override
Overrides control::on_handle_created(const event_args&) More...

Protected Member Functions inherited from xtd::forms::control
virtual void def_wnd_proc (message &message)

bool get_style (control_styles flag) const
Retrieves the value of the specified control style bit for the control. More...

virtual drawing::size measure_control () const
Measure this control. More...

drawing::size measure_text () const

virtual void on_auto_size_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_back_color_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_click (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_client_size_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_control_added (const control_event_args &e)

virtual void on_control_removed (const control_event_args &e)

virtual void on_create_control ()

virtual void on_cursor_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_dock_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_double_click (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_enabled_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_font_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_fore_color_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_got_focus (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_handle_destroyed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_key_down (key_event_args &e)

virtual void on_key_press (key_press_event_args &e)

virtual void on_key_up (key_event_args &e)

virtual void on_layout (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_location_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_lost_focus (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_click (const mouse_event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_double_click (const mouse_event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_down (const mouse_event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_enter (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_horizontal_wheel (const mouse_event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_leave (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_move (const mouse_event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_up (const mouse_event_args &e)

virtual void on_mouse_wheel (const mouse_event_args &e)

virtual void on_paint (paint_event_args &e)

virtual void on_parent_back_color_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_parent_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_parent_cursor_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_parent_font_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_parent_fore_color_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_resize (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_size_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_text_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void on_visible_changed (const event_args &e)

virtual void recreate_handle ()

virtual void set_bounds_core (int32_t x, int32_t y, int32_t width, int32_t height, bounds_specified specified)
Performs the work of setting the specified bounds of this control. More...

virtual void set_client_size_core (int32_t width, int32_t height)
Sets the size of the client area of the control. More...

void set_style (control_styles flag, bool value)
Sets a specified control_styles flag to either true or false. More...

virtual void wnd_proc (message &m)
Processes Windows messages. More...

Protected Member Functions inherited from xtd::forms::component
bool design_mode () const
Gets a value that indicates whether the component is currently in design mode. More...

Public Types inherited from xtd::forms::control
using control_collection = layout::arranged_element_collection< control_ref >
Represents a collection of controls. More...

Static Public Member Functions inherited from xtd::forms::control
template<typename control_t >
static std::unique_ptr< control_t > create (const drawing::point &location={-1, -1}, const drawing::size &size={-1, -1}, const drawing::color &back_color=drawing::color::empty, const drawing::color &fore_color=drawing::color::empty)

template<typename control_t >
static std::unique_ptr< control_t > create (const control &parent, const drawing::point &location={-1, -1}, const drawing::size &size={-1, -1}, const drawing::color &back_color=drawing::color::empty, const drawing::color &fore_color=drawing::color::empty)

template<typename control_t >
static std::unique_ptr< control_t > create (const std::string &text, const drawing::point &location={-1, -1}, const drawing::size &size={-1, -1}, const drawing::color &back_color=drawing::color::empty, const drawing::color &fore_color=drawing::color::empty)

template<typename control_t >
static std::unique_ptr< control_t > create (const control &parent, const std::string &text, const drawing::point &location={-1, -1}, const drawing::size &size={-1, -1}, const drawing::color &back_color=drawing::color::empty, const drawing::color &fore_color=drawing::color::empty)

static std::optional< control_reffrom_child_handle (intptr_t handle)

static std::optional< control_reffrom_handle (intptr_t handle)

static forms::mouse_buttons mouse_buttons ()

Public Attributes inherited from xtd::forms::control
event< control, event_handler< control & > > auto_size_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > back_color_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > click

event< control, event_handler< control & > > client_size_changed

event< control, control_event_handler< control & > > control_added

event< control, control_event_handler< control & > > control_removed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > cursor_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > dock_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > double_click

event< control, event_handler< control & > > enabled_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > font_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > fore_color_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > got_focus

event< control, event_handler< control & > > handle_created

event< control, event_handler< control & > > handle_destroyed

event< control, key_event_handler< control & > > key_down

event< control, key_press_event_handler< control & > > key_press

event< control, key_event_handler< control & > > key_up

event< control, event_handler< control & > > layout
Occurs when a control should reposition its child controls. More...

event< control, event_handler< control & > > location_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > lost_focus

event< control, mouse_event_handler< control & > > mouse_click

event< control, mouse_event_handler< control & > > mouse_double_click

event< control, mouse_event_handler< control & > > mouse_down

event< control, event_handler< control & > > mouse_enter

event< control, mouse_event_handler< control & > > mouse_horizontal_wheel

event< control, event_handler< control & > > mouse_leave

event< control, mouse_event_handler< control & > > mouse_move

event< control, mouse_event_handler< control & > > mouse_up

event< control, mouse_event_handler< control & > > mouse_wheel

event< control, paint_event_handler< control & > > paint

event< control, event_handler< control & > > parent_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > resize

event< control, event_handler< control & > > size_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > text_changed

event< control, event_handler< control & > > visible_changed

## Detailed Description

Represents a Windows progress bar control.

Remarks
A ProgressBar control visually indicates the progress of a lengthy operation in one of three styles:
• Segmented blocks that increase in steps from left to right.
• A continuous bar that fills in from left to right.
• A block that scrolls across a ProgressBar in a marquee fashion.
The style property determines the style of progress_bar that is displayed. Note that the progress_bar control can oriented horizontally or verticaly. The progress_bar control is typically used when an application performs tasks such as copying files or printing documents. Users of an application might consider an application unresponsive if there is no visual cue. By using the progress_bar in your application, you alert the user that the application is performing a lengthy task and that the application is still responding.
The maximum and minimum properties define the range of values to represent the progress of a task. The minimum property is typically set to a value of 0, and the maximum property is typically set to a value indicating the completion of a task. For example, to properly display the progress when copying a group of files, the maximum property could be set to the total number of files to be copied.
The value property represents the progress that the application has made toward completing the operation. The value displayed by the progress_bar only approximates the current value of the value property. Based on the size of the progress_bar, the value property determines when to display the next block or increase the size of the bar.
There are a number of ways to modify the value displayed by the progress_bar other than changing the value property directly. You can use the step property to specify a specific value to increment the Value property by, and then call the perform_step method to increment the value. To vary the increment value, you can use the increment method and specify a value with which to increment the value property.
Note
fore_color and back_color changes for the progress_bar will not be honored.
Example
The following code example demonstrate the use of progress_bar control.
#include <xtd/xtd.forms>
using namespace xtd::forms;
namespace examples {
class form1 : public form {
public:
form1() {
text("Progress bar example");
client_size({300, 300});
progress_bar1.parent(*this);
progress_bar1.location({50, 50});
progress_bar1.width(200);
progress_bar2.parent(*this);
progress_bar2.location({50, 80});
progress_bar2.value(50);
progress_bar2.width(200);
progress_bar3.parent(*this);
progress_bar3.location({50, 110});
progress_bar3.maximum(300);
progress_bar3.increment(300);
progress_bar3.width(200);
progress_bar4.parent(*this);
progress_bar4.location({50, 140});
progress_bar4.step(1);
progress_bar4.width(200);
progress_bar5.parent(*this);
progress_bar5.location({50, 170});
progress_bar5.maximum(200);
progress_bar5.minimum(100);
progress_bar5.style(progress_bar_style::marquee);
progress_bar5.width(200);
timer1.interval(50);
timer1.tick += [&] {
progress_bar4.value(progress_bar4.value() < progress_bar4.maximum() ? progress_bar4.value() + 1 : progress_bar4.minimum());
};
timer1.enabled(true);
}
private:
timer timer1;
progress_bar progress_bar1;
progress_bar progress_bar2;
progress_bar progress_bar3;
progress_bar progress_bar4;
progress_bar progress_bar5;
};
}
int main() {
application::run(examples::form1());
}

## § progress_bar()

 xtd::forms::progress_bar::progress_bar ( )

Initializes a new instance of the progress_bar class.

Remarks
By default, the minimum property is set to 0, the maximum property is set to 100, and the step property is set to 10.

## § create_params()

 forms::create_params xtd::forms::progress_bar::create_params ( ) const
overrideprotectedvirtual

Gets the required creation parameters when the control handle is created.

Returns
A create_params that contains the required creation parameters when the handle to the control is created.

Reimplemented from xtd::forms::control.

## § default_size()

 drawing::size xtd::forms::progress_bar::default_size ( ) const
inlineoverridevirtual

Gets the default size of the control.

Returns
A size that represents the default size of the control.

Reimplemented from xtd::forms::control.

## § increment()

 void xtd::forms::progress_bar::increment ( int32_t value )
inline

Advances the current position of the progress bar by the specified amount.

Parameters
 value The amount by which to increment the progress bar's current position.
Remarks
The increment method enables you to increment the value of the progress bar by a specific amount. This method of incrementing the progress bar is similar to using the step property with the perform_step method. The value property specifies the current position of the progress_bar. If, after calling the increment method, the value property is greater than the value of the maximum property, the value property remains at the value of the maximum property. If, after calling the increment method with a negative value specified in the value parameter, the Value property is less than the value of the minimum property, the value property remains at the value of the minimum property.
Because a progress_bar object whose style is set to marquee displays a continuously scrolling bar instead of its value, calling increment is unnecessary and will do nothing.

## § marquee_animation_speed() [1/2]

 virtual size_t xtd::forms::progress_bar::marquee_animation_speed ( )
inlinevirtual

Gets he time period, in milliseconds, that it takes the progress block to scroll across the progress bar.

Returns
The time period, in milliseconds, that it takes the progress block to scroll across the progress bar.
Remarks
A marquee-style progress indicator does not display progress; instead it indicates that an operation is occurring by moving the progress block across the progress bar.
Since the marquee animation speed is a time period, setting the value to a higher number results in a slower speed and a lower number results in a faster speed.

## § marquee_animation_speed() [2/2]

 virtual progress_bar& xtd::forms::progress_bar::marquee_animation_speed ( size_t marquee_animation_speed )
virtual

Sets the time period, in milliseconds, that it takes the progress block to scroll across the progress bar.

Parameters
 marquee_animation_speed The time period, in milliseconds, that it takes the progress block to scroll across the progress bar.
Remarks
A marquee-style progress indicator does not display progress; instead it indicates that an operation is occurring by moving the progress block across the progress bar.
Since the marquee animation speed is a time period, setting the value to a higher number results in a slower speed and a lower number results in a faster speed.

## § maximum() [1/2]

 virtual int32_t xtd::forms::progress_bar::maximum ( )
inlinevirtual

Gets the maximum value of the range of the control.

Returns
The maximum value of the range. The default is 100.
Remarks
This property specifies the upper limit of the value property. When the value of the maximum property is changed, the progress_bar control is redrawn to reflect the new range of the control. When the value of the value property is equal to the value of the maximum property, the progress bar is completely filled.
You can use this property to specify a value to which the value property must be set (by setting the value property or using the increment or perform_step methods) to indicate that an operation is complete. For example, you can set the value of the maximum property to the total number of files in a file copy operation. Each time a file is copied, the value property can be increased by 1 until the total number of files is copied. At that point, the progress bar would be completely filled.

## § maximum() [2/2]

 virtual progress_bar& xtd::forms::progress_bar::maximum ( int32_t maximum )
virtual

Sets the maximum value of the range of the control.

Parameters
 maximum The maximum value of the range. The default is 100.
Remarks
This property specifies the upper limit of the value property. When the value of the maximum property is changed, the progress_bar control is redrawn to reflect the new range of the control. When the value of the value property is equal to the value of the maximum property, the progress bar is completely filled.
You can use this property to specify a value to which the value property must be set (by setting the value property or using the increment or perform_step methods) to indicate that an operation is complete. For example, you can set the value of the maximum property to the total number of files in a file copy operation. Each time a file is copied, the value property can be increased by 1 until the total number of files is copied. At that point, the progress bar would be completely filled.

## § minimum() [1/2]

 virtual int32_t xtd::forms::progress_bar::minimum ( )
inlinevirtual

Gets the minimum value of the range of the control.

Returns
The minimum value of the range. The default is 0.
Remarks
This property specifies the lower limit of the value property. When the value of the minimum property is changed, the progress_bar control is redrawn to reflect the new range of the control. When the value of the value property is equal to the value of the minimum property, the progress bar is empty. To change the value of the progress bar, use the step property with the perform_step method, use the increment method, or set the value of the value property directly.

## § minimum() [2/2]

 virtual progress_bar& xtd::forms::progress_bar::minimum ( int32_t minimum )
virtual

Sets the minimum value of the range of the control.

Parameters
 minimum The minimum value of the range. The default is 0.
Remarks
This property specifies the lower limit of the value property. When the value of the minimum property is changed, the progress_bar control is redrawn to reflect the new range of the control. When the value of the value property is equal to the value of the minimum property, the progress bar is empty. To change the value of the progress bar, use the step property with the perform_step method, use the increment method, or set the value of the value property directly.

## § on_handle_created()

 void xtd::forms::progress_bar::on_handle_created ( const event_args & e )
overrideprotectedvirtual

Overrides control::on_handle_created(const event_args&)

Parameters
 e A EventArgs that contains the event data.

Reimplemented from xtd::forms::control.

## § orientation() [1/2]

 virtual forms::orientation xtd::forms::progress_bar::orientation ( ) const
inlinevirtual

Gets a value indicating the horizontal or vertical orientation of the progress bar.

Returns
One of the orientation values.
Remarks
When the orientation property is set to orientation::horizontal, the progress moves from left to right as the value increases. When the orientation property is set to orientation::vertical, the progress moves from bottom to top as the value increases.

## § orientation() [2/2]

 virtual progress_bar& xtd::forms::progress_bar::orientation ( forms::orientation orientation )
virtual

Sets a value indicating the horizontal or vertical orientation of the progress bar.

Parameters
 orientation One of the orientation values.
Remarks
When the orientation property is set to orientation::horizontal, the progress moves from left to right as the value increases. When the orientation property is set to orientation::vertical, the progress moves from bottom to top as the value increases.

## § perform_step()

 void xtd::forms::progress_bar::perform_step ( )
inline

Advances the current position of the progress bar by the amount of the Step property.

Remarks
The perform_step method increments the value of the progress bar by the amount specified by the step property. You can use the Step property to specify the amount that each completed task in an operation changes the value of the progress bar. For example, if you are copying a group of files, you might want to set the value of the step property to 1 and the value of the maximum property to the total number of files to copy. When each file is copied, you can call the perform_step method to increment the progress bar by the value of the step property. If you want to have more flexible control of the value of the progress bar, you can use the increment method or set the value of the value property directly.

## § step() [1/2]

 virtual int32_t xtd::forms::progress_bar::step ( )
inlinevirtual

Gets the amount by which a call to the PerformStep() method increases the current position of the progress bar.

Returns
The amount by which to increment the progress bar with each call to the perform_step() method. The default is 10.
Remarks
You can use the step property to specify the amount that each completed task in an operation changes the value of the progress bar. For example, if you are copying a group of files, you might want to set the value of the step property to 1 and the value of the maximum property to the total number of files to copy. When each file is copied, you can call the perform_step method to increment the progress bar by the value of the step property. If you want to have more flexible control of the value of the progress bar, you can use the increment method or set the value of the value property directly.

## § step() [2/2]

 virtual progress_bar& xtd::forms::progress_bar::step ( int32_t step )
virtual

Sets the amount by which a call to the PerformStep() method increases the current position of the progress bar.

Parameters
 step The amount by which to increment the progress bar with each call to the perform_step() method. The default is 10.
Remarks
You can use the step property to specify the amount that each completed task in an operation changes the value of the progress bar. For example, if you are copying a group of files, you might want to set the value of the step property to 1 and the value of the maximum property to the total number of files to copy. When each file is copied, you can call the perform_step method to increment the progress bar by the value of the step property. If you want to have more flexible control of the value of the progress bar, you can use the increment method or set the value of the value property directly.

## § style() [1/2]

 virtual progress_bar_style xtd::forms::progress_bar::style ( ) const
inlinevirtual

Gets the manner in which progress should be indicated on the progress bar.

Returns
One of the progress_bar_style values. The default is blocks
Remarks
You can use the marquee style when you need to indicate progress is being made, without indicating the quantity of progress. The marquee style is honored only when visual styles are enabled. The continuous style is honored when visual styles are not enabled.

## § style() [2/2]

 virtual progress_bar& xtd::forms::progress_bar::style ( progress_bar_style style )
virtual

Sets the manner in which progress should be indicated on the progress bar.

Parameters
 style One of the progress_bar_style values. The default is blocks
Remarks
You can use the marquee style when you need to indicate progress is being made, without indicating the quantity of progress. The marquee style is honored only when visual styles are enabled. The continuous style is honored when visual styles are not enabled.

## § to_string()

 std::string xtd::forms::progress_bar::to_string ( ) const
inlineoverridevirtual

Returns a string that represents the progress_bar control.

Returns
A string that represents the current progress_bar.
Remarks
The return string includes the type and the values for the minimum, maximum, and value properties.

Reimplemented from xtd::forms::control.

## § value() [1/2]

 virtual int32_t xtd::forms::progress_bar::value ( )
inlinevirtual

Gets the current position of the progress bar.

Returns
The position within the range of the progress bar. The default is 0.
Remarks
If the value specified is greater than the value of the maximum property, the value property is set to maximum.
If the value specified is less than the value of the minimum property, the value property is set to minimum.
The minimum and maximum values of the value property are specified by the minimum and maximum properties. This property enables you to increment or decrement the value of the progress bar directly. To perform consistent increases in the value of the progress_bar control you can use the step property with the perform_step method. To increase the progress bar value by varying amounts, use the increment method.

## § value() [2/2]

 virtual progress_bar& xtd::forms::progress_bar::value ( int32_t value )
virtual

Sets the current position of the progress bar.

Parameters
 value The position within the range of the progress bar. The default is 0.
Remarks
If the value specified is greater than the value of the maximum property, the value property is set to maximum.
If the value specified is less than the value of the minimum property, the value property is set to minimum.
The minimum and maximum values of the value property are specified by the minimum and maximum properties. This property enables you to increment or decrement the value of the progress bar directly. To perform consistent increases in the value of the progress_bar control you can use the step property with the perform_step method. To increase the progress bar value by varying amounts, use the increment method.

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