Comparison Between Properties and Indexers (C# Programming Guide)
Indexers are like properties. Except for the differences shown in the following table, all the rules that are defined for property accessors apply to indexer accessors also.
|Allows methods to be called as if they were public data members.||Allows elements of an internal collection of an object to be accessed by using array notation on the object itself.|
|Accessed through a simple name.||Accessed through an index.|
|Can be a static or an instance member.||Must be an instance member.|
|A get accessor of a property has no parameters.||A
|A set accessor of a property contains the implicit
|Supports shortened syntax with Auto-Implemented Properties.||Supports expression bodied members for get only indexers.|