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    What is an Indexer?

    Indexers permit instances of a class or struct to be indexed in the same way as arrays.

    Indexers are similar to properties except that their accessors take parameters.

    The indexers are usually known as smart arrays in C#.

    An indexer, also called an indexed property, is a class property that allows you to access a member variable of a class using the features of an array.

    Defining an indexer allows you to create classes that act like virtual arrays. Instances of that class can be accessed using the [] array access operator.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    Very informative post thanks for sharing.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    Hello,

    Thank You for the informative.

    The indexers are usually known as smart arrays in C# community. Defining a C# indexer is much like defining properties. We can say that an indexer is a member that enables an object to be indexed in the same way as an array. An indexer is also similar to a property. As with properties, you use get and set when defining an indexer. Unlike properties, you are not obtaining a specific data member; rather, you are obtaining a value from the object itself. When you define a property, you define a property name.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    Very useful post thanks for sharing.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    In object-oriented programming, an indexer allows instances of a particular class or struct to be indexed just like arrays.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    In object-oriented programming, an indexer allows instances of a particular class or struct to be indexed just like arrays.There is no substitute for a good index produced by a human indexer who has carefully analysed the text

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    In object-oriented development, an indexer allows circumstances of a particular category or struct to be listed just like arrays.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    Very Useful information.
    Thanks for Share with us.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    In object-oriented programming, an indexer allows instances of a particular class or struct to be indexed just like arrays.

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    Re: What is an Indexer?

    In object-oriented programming, an indexer allows instances of a particular class or struct to be indexed just like arrays.

 

 

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