CookieCollection.IEnumerable<Cookie>.GetEnumerator Method


Gets an enumerator that can iterate through the CookieCollection.

 virtual System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerator<System::Net::Cookie ^> ^ System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<System.Net.Cookie>.GetEnumerator() = System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<System::Net::Cookie ^>::GetEnumerator;
System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerator<System.Net.Cookie> IEnumerable<Cookie>.GetEnumerator ();
Function GetEnumerator () As IEnumerator(Of Cookie) Implements IEnumerable(Of Cookie).GetEnumerator


An IEnumerator<T> for this collection.



You should use an IEnumerator<T> only to read data in the collection. Enumerators cannot be used to modify the underlying collection. The enumerator does not have exclusive access to the collection.

When an enumerator is created, it takes a snapshot of the current state of the collection. If changes are made to the collection, such as adding, modifying, or deleting elements, this snapshot gets out of sync and the enumerator throws an InvalidOperationException. Two enumerators created from the same collection at the same time can produce different snapshots of the collection.

This member is an explicit interface member implementation. It can be used only when the CookieCollection instance is cast to an IEnumerable<T> interface.

Applies to