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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.


NameFormatAttachments System.Boolean Boolean System.Boolean Calculated N/A Choice System.String Computed N/A