CookieCollection.Item[String] CookieCollection.Item[String] CookieCollection.Item[String] CookieCollection.Item[String] Property

Definition

Overloads

Item[Int32] Item[Int32] Item[Int32] Item[Int32]

Gets the Cookie with a specific index from a CookieCollection.

Item[String] Item[String] Item[String] Item[String]

Gets the Cookie with a specific name from a CookieCollection.

Item[Int32] Item[Int32] Item[Int32] Item[Int32]

Gets the Cookie with a specific index from a CookieCollection.

public:
 property System::Net::Cookie ^ default[int] { System::Net::Cookie ^ get(int index); };
public System.Net.Cookie this[int index] { get; }
member this.Item(int) : System.Net.Cookie
Default Public ReadOnly Property Item(index As Integer) As Cookie

Parameters

index
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The zero-based index of the Cookie to be found.

Property Value

A Cookie with a specific index from a CookieCollection.

Exceptions

Examples

// Get the cookies in the 'CookieCollection' object using the 'Item' property.
// The 'Item' property in C++ is implemented through Indexers. 
// The class that implements indexers is usually a collection of other objects. 
// This class provides access to those objects with the '<class-instance>[i]' syntax. 
try
{
   if ( cookies->Count == 0 )
   {
      Console::WriteLine( "No cookies to display" );
      return;
   }

   for ( int j = 0; j < cookies->Count; j++ )
      Console::WriteLine( "{0}", cookies[ j ] );
   Console::WriteLine( "" );
}
catch ( Exception^ e ) 
{
   Console::WriteLine( "Exception raised.\nError : {0}", e->Message );
}
// Get the cookies in the 'CookieCollection' object using the 'Item' property.
// The 'Item' property in C# is implemented through Indexers. 
    // The class that implements indexers is usually a collection of other objects. 
    // This class provides access to those objects with the '<class-instance>[i]' syntax. 
try {
	if(cookies.Count == 0) {
		Console.WriteLine("No cookies to display");
		return;
	}
	for(int j = 0; j < cookies.Count; j++)
		Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies[j].ToString());
	Console.WriteLine("");
}
catch(Exception e) {
	Console.WriteLine("Exception raised.\nError : " + e.Message);
}
 'Get the cookies in the 'CookieCollection' object using the 'Item' property.
 Try
    If cookies.Count = 0 Then
        Console.WriteLine("No cookies to display")
        Return
    End If
    Dim j As Integer
    For j = 0 To cookies.Count - 1
        Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies(j).ToString())
    Next j
    Console.WriteLine("")
Catch e As Exception
    Console.WriteLine(("Exception raised." + ControlChars.Cr + "Error : " + e.Message))
End Try

Remarks

You can use this to iterate over the contents of a CookieCollection.

See also

Item[String] Item[String] Item[String] Item[String]

Gets the Cookie with a specific name from a CookieCollection.

public:
 property System::Net::Cookie ^ default[System::String ^] { System::Net::Cookie ^ get(System::String ^ name); };
public System.Net.Cookie this[string name] { get; }
member this.Item(string) : System.Net.Cookie
Default Public ReadOnly Property Item(name As String) As Cookie

Parameters

name
String String String String

The name of the Cookie to be found.

Property Value

The Cookie with a specific name from a CookieCollection.

Exceptions

Examples

// Get the cookies in the 'CookieCollection' object using the 'Item' property.
// The 'Item' property in C++ is implemented through Indexers. 
// The class that implements indexers is usually a collection of other objects. 
// This class provides access to those objects with the '<class-instance>[i]' syntax. 
try
{
   if ( cookies->Count == 0 )
   {
      Console::WriteLine( "No cookies to display" );
      return;
   }

   Console::WriteLine( "{0}", cookies[ "UserName" ] );
   Console::WriteLine( "{0}", cookies[ "DateOfBirth" ] );
   Console::WriteLine( "{0}", cookies[ "PlaceOfBirth" ] );
   Console::WriteLine( "" );
}
catch ( Exception^ e ) 
{
   Console::WriteLine( "Exception raised.\nError : {0}", e->Message );
}
// Get the cookies in the 'CookieCollection' object using the 'Item' property.
// The 'Item' property in C# is implemented through Indexers. 
// The class that implements indexers is usually a collection of other objects. 
// This class provides access to those objects with the '<class-instance>[i]' syntax. 
try {
    if(cookies.Count == 0) {
        Console.WriteLine("No cookies to display");
        return;
    }
    Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies["UserName"].ToString());
    Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies["DateOfBirth"].ToString());
    Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies["PlaceOfBirth"].ToString());
    Console.WriteLine("");
}
catch(Exception e) {
    Console.WriteLine("Exception raised.\nError : " + e.Message);
}
' Get the cookies in the 'CookieCollection' object using the 'Item' property.


Try
    If cookies.Count = 0 Then
        Console.WriteLine("No cookies to display")
        Return
    End If
    Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies("UserName").ToString())
    Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies("DateOfBirth").ToString())
    Console.WriteLine("{0}", cookies("PlaceOfBirth").ToString())
    Console.WriteLine("")
Catch e As Exception
    Console.WriteLine(("Exception raised." + ControlChars.Cr + "Error : " + e.Message))
End Try

Remarks

You can use this to iterate over the contents of a CookieCollection.

See also

Applies to