The Object tree shows all objects the Inspector is viewing.
It is here that you create objects, invoke methods and get/set properties.
In this example of part of an Internet Explorer Document
object, we see properties
a method ,
and objects .
The Object tree is composed of object members that point to
other objects. For example, the images property points to
an IHTMLElementCollection object (shown expanded). The
result of the GetEnumerator method is a list of objects.
Lists of objects
are presented directly as lists, the
details of the list implementation are not shown. You may
create an object and insert it into the list by
dragging the class to the list object. You may also
cut/copy/paste objects between these lists.
A name is associated with each object based on the value of
its properties. Here we can see that each HTMLImgClass
object is named after the image file (redcurtain728x90.jpg for
You may cast any object to another type. This type
is then used to display the object.