The item method retrieves the media item at the specified index.
retVal = Playlist.item( index )
Number (long) containing the index of the item to be retrieved.
This method returns a Media object.
To use this method, read access to the library is required. For more information, see Library Access.
The following JScript example uses Playlist.item to retrieve a media item from the current playlist based on a user selection. An HTML SELECT element was created with name "weblist", and filled with the titles from the current playlist. The Player object was created with ID = "Player".
// Store the value of the selected item in the list box // using the selectedIndex property. var index = weblist.selectedIndex; // Store the corresponding digital media object from the current playlist. var listItem = Player.currentPlaylist.item(index); // Set the URL using the listItem variable. Player.URL = listItem.sourceURL;
||Windows Media Player version 7.0 or later.