ParserErrorCollection.Insert(Int32, ParserError) ParserErrorCollection.Insert(Int32, ParserError) ParserErrorCollection.Insert(Int32, ParserError) ParserErrorCollection.Insert(Int32, ParserError) Method

Definition

Inserts the specified ParserError object into the collection at the specified index.

public:
 void Insert(int index, System::Web::ParserError ^ value);
public void Insert (int index, System.Web.ParserError value);
member this.Insert : int * System.Web.ParserError -> unit
Public Sub Insert (index As Integer, value As ParserError)

Parameters

index
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The index within the collection at which to insert the ParserError.

value
ParserError ParserError ParserError ParserError

The ParserError object to insert into the collection.

Examples

The following code example demonstrates how to insert a ParserError object at the specified index in a ParserErrorCollection collection.

// Insert a ParserError at index 0 of the collection.
ParserError error = new ParserError("Error", "Path", 1);
collection.Insert(0, error);

// Remove the specified ParserError from the collection.
collection.Remove(error);
' Insert a ParserError at index 0 of the collection.
Dim [error] As New ParserError("Error", "Path", 1)
collection.Insert(0, [error])

' Remove the specified ParserError from the collection.
collection.Remove([error])

Remarks

Use the Insert method to insert an existing ParserError object at a particular index within the collection.

You cannot add the same ParserError object to the collection more than once. When you call the Insert method by using a ParserError that is already in the collection, the insertion fails. Use the Contains method before the insertion to determine whether a particular ParserError is already in the collection. To reposition a ParserError within the collection, you must first remove it by using the Remove method and then insert it at the desired index by using Insert.

Applies to