The ISequenceExpression type exposes the following members.
Gets the kind of exception handler of the current block (Catch, None or Finally), or None if the current block is not an exception handler.(Inherited from IBlockExpression.)
Gets the collection of exception handlers that protect the block, in which the current block is in the try role.(Inherited from IBlockExpression.)
Gets the collection of items in the block.(Inherited from IBlockExpression.)
Gets a string that uniquely identifies the block (inside the current method body) as a possible branching target.(Inherited from IBlockExpression.)
Gets the list of local variables that the current sequence assigns, and the value to which the local variable is assigned when the current sequence is fully executed.
Gets the collection of local variables defined for the current block.(Inherited from IBlockExpression.)
Gets the kind of syntax element.(Inherited from IMethodBodyElement.)
Gets the parent element in the tree.(Inherited from IMethodBodyElement.)
Gets the parent method body.(Inherited from IMethodBodyElement.)
Gets the list of sequences that can branch to the current sequence.
Gets the type of the return value of the current expression, or Void if the expression does not return anything (i.e. for pure instructions, for instance a goto or throw instruction).(Inherited from IExpression.)
Gets the list of sequences to which the current sequence branch.