Property.IndexedValue Property

Returns one element of a list.

Namespace:  EnvDTE
Assembly:  EnvDTE (in EnvDTE.dll)

Syntax

'Declaration
Property IndexedValue ( _
    Index1 As Object, _
    Index2 As Object, _
    Index3 As Object, _
    Index4 As Object _
) As Object
Object this[
    Object Index1,
    Object Index2,
    Object Index3,
    Object Index4
] { get; set; }
property Object^ IndexedValue[[InAttribute] Object^ Index1, [InAttribute] Object^ Index2, [InAttribute] Object^ Index3, [InAttribute] Object^ Index4] {
    Object^ get ([InAttribute] Object^ Index1, [InAttribute] Object^ Index2, [InAttribute] Object^ Index3, [InAttribute] Object^ Index4);
    void set ([InAttribute] Object^ Index1, [InAttribute] Object^ Index2, [InAttribute] Object^ Index3, [InAttribute] Object^ Index4, Object^ value);
}
abstract IndexedValue : Object with get, set
JScript does not support indexed properties.

Parameters

  • Index1
    Type: System.Object
    Required. The index of the item to display.
  • Index2
    Type: System.Object
    Optional. The index of the item to display. Reserved for future use.
  • Index3
    Type: System.Object
    Optional. The index of the item to display. Reserved for future use.
  • Index4
    Type: System.Object
    Optional. The index of the item to display. Reserved for future use.

Property Value

Type: System.Object
An object.

Remarks

IndexedValue is ignored unless the property returns a list as indicated by the NumIndices.

.NET Framework Security

See Also

Reference

Property Interface

EnvDTE Namespace