Object Model SPListItem Class


You can use an indexer to return a single item from a list item collection. For example, if the collection is assigned to a variable named collListItems, use collListItems[index] in Microsoft C#, or collListItems(index) in Microsoft Visual Basic, where index is the index number of the item in the collection, or the internal name or display name of a list field. For an indexer based on a name, Microsoft SharePoint Foundation first looks for the field by internal name and then by display name.


To assign values to a field in a list item using an indexer, the values must be represented in a format that is appropriate for each built-in field type. The following table shows how the data types that are used in SharePoint Foundation field types map to Microsoft .NET Framework types.



NameFormat
Attachments
System.Boolean
Boolean
System.Boolean
Calculated
N/A
Choice
System.String
Computed
N/A
Counter
System.Int32
CrossProjectLink
System.Boolean
Currency
System.Double
DateTime
System.DateTime
GridChoice
System.String
Guid
System.Guid
Integer
System.Int32
Lookup
System.String
MaxItems
System.Int32
ModStat
System.Int32
MultiChoice
System.String
Note
System.String
Number
System.Double
Recurrence
System.Boolean
Text
System.String
Threading
System.String
URL
System.String, System.String
User
System.String
Note
System.String

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