This method is much like the Data property, but instead of the byte
array returned by the Data
property it returns the addressed slice as new SFBinaryData object
initialized with the bytes from the start to end position (including
Set o = object.Slice(start [, end]])
start - 0 based index of the start byte in the buffer
end - 0 based index of the end byte in the buffer Default is
-1 - return the bytes from start to the end of the buffer.
When you need to pass a slice from the SFBinaryData buffer to another
object expecting binary data the Data property will do fine, but if you
need to work directly with that slice further the Slice method will
return it ready for further use.
The method is not affected by the byte order.
Applies to: SFBinaryData
See also: Size and Value properties, the Slice method.
Windows 95/NT and later
Windows CE 3.0 and later
Pocket PC/Windows Mobile 2003 and later
Windows CE.NET 4 and later