RepeaterItemCollection.Count RepeaterItemCollection.Count RepeaterItemCollection.Count RepeaterItemCollection.Count Property

Definition

Gets the number of RepeaterItem objects in the collection.

public:
 property int Count { int get(); };
public int Count { get; }
member this.Count : int
Public ReadOnly Property Count As Integer

Property Value

The number of DataListItem objects in the collection.

Implements

Examples

To see this code in the context of a complete example, see the RepeaterItemCollection class topic.

      void Item_Clicked(Object Sender, EventArgs e)
      {
labelDisplay.Text = "Using item indexer.<br />";
labelDisplay.Text += "The Items collection contains: <br />";

// Display the elements of the RepeaterItemCollection using the indexer.
RepeaterItemCollection  myItemCollection = myRepeater.Items;
for(int index=0;index < myItemCollection.Count;index++)
labelDisplay.Text += ((DataBoundLiteralControl)
   myItemCollection[index].Controls[0]).Text + "<br />";
      }
Sub Item_Clicked(Sender As [Object], e As EventArgs)
   labelDisplay.Text = "Using item indexer.<br />"
   labelDisplay.Text += "The Items collection contains: <br />"
   
   ' Display the elements of the RepeaterItemCollection using the indexer.
   Dim myItemCollection As RepeaterItemCollection = myRepeater.Items
   Dim index As Integer
   For index = 0 To myItemCollection.Count - 1
      labelDisplay.Text += CType(myItemCollection(index).Controls(0), DataBoundLiteralControl).Text + "<br />"
   Next index
End Sub 'Item_Clicked

Remarks

Use the Count property to determine the number of RepeaterItem objects in the RepeaterItemCollection collection. The Count property is commonly used when iterating through the collection to determine the upper bound of the collection.

Applies to

See also