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CustomXmlPropertyCollection indexer (1 of 2)

Gets a property with the specified name.

public CustomXmlProperty this[string name] { get; }
Parameter Description
name Case-sensitive name of the property to locate.

Examples

Shows how to work with smart tag properties to get in depth information about smart tags.

Document doc = new Document(MyDir + "Smart tags.doc");

// A smart tag appears in a document with Microsoft Word recognizes a part of its text as some form of data,
// such as a name, date, or address, and converts it to a hyperlink that displays a purple dotted underline.
// In Word 2003, we can enable smart tags via "Tools" -> "AutoCorrect options..." -> "SmartTags".
// In our input document, there are three objects that Microsoft Word registered as smart tags.
// Smart tags may be nested, so this collection contains more.
SmartTag[] smartTags = doc.GetChildNodes(NodeType.SmartTag, true).OfType<SmartTag>().ToArray();

Assert.AreEqual(8, smartTags.Length);

// The "Properties" member of a smart tag contains its metadata, which will be different for each type of smart tag.
// The properties of a "date"-type smart tag contain its year, month, and day.
CustomXmlPropertyCollection properties = smartTags[7].Properties;

Assert.AreEqual(4, properties.Count);

using (IEnumerator<CustomXmlProperty> enumerator = properties.GetEnumerator())
{
    while (enumerator.MoveNext())
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Property name: {enumerator.Current.Name}, value: {enumerator.Current.Value}");
        Assert.AreEqual("", enumerator.Current.Uri);
    }
}

// We can also access the properties in various ways, such as a key-value pair.
Assert.True(properties.Contains("Day"));
Assert.AreEqual("22", properties["Day"].Value);
Assert.AreEqual("2003", properties[2].Value);
Assert.AreEqual(1, properties.IndexOfKey("Month"));

// Below are three ways of removing elements from the properties collection.
// 1 -  Remove by index:
properties.RemoveAt(3);

Assert.AreEqual(3, properties.Count);

// 2 -  Remove by name:
properties.Remove("Year");

Assert.AreEqual(2, properties.Count);

// 3 -  Clear the entire collection at once:
properties.Clear();

Assert.AreEqual(0, properties.Count);

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CustomXmlPropertyCollection indexer (2 of 2)

Gets a property at the specified index.

public CustomXmlProperty this[int index] { get; }
Parameter Description
index Zero-based index of the property.

Examples

Shows how to work with smart tag properties to get in depth information about smart tags.

Document doc = new Document(MyDir + "Smart tags.doc");

// A smart tag appears in a document with Microsoft Word recognizes a part of its text as some form of data,
// such as a name, date, or address, and converts it to a hyperlink that displays a purple dotted underline.
// In Word 2003, we can enable smart tags via "Tools" -> "AutoCorrect options..." -> "SmartTags".
// In our input document, there are three objects that Microsoft Word registered as smart tags.
// Smart tags may be nested, so this collection contains more.
SmartTag[] smartTags = doc.GetChildNodes(NodeType.SmartTag, true).OfType<SmartTag>().ToArray();

Assert.AreEqual(8, smartTags.Length);

// The "Properties" member of a smart tag contains its metadata, which will be different for each type of smart tag.
// The properties of a "date"-type smart tag contain its year, month, and day.
CustomXmlPropertyCollection properties = smartTags[7].Properties;

Assert.AreEqual(4, properties.Count);

using (IEnumerator<CustomXmlProperty> enumerator = properties.GetEnumerator())
{
    while (enumerator.MoveNext())
    {
        Console.WriteLine($"Property name: {enumerator.Current.Name}, value: {enumerator.Current.Value}");
        Assert.AreEqual("", enumerator.Current.Uri);
    }
}

// We can also access the properties in various ways, such as a key-value pair.
Assert.True(properties.Contains("Day"));
Assert.AreEqual("22", properties["Day"].Value);
Assert.AreEqual("2003", properties[2].Value);
Assert.AreEqual(1, properties.IndexOfKey("Month"));

// Below are three ways of removing elements from the properties collection.
// 1 -  Remove by index:
properties.RemoveAt(3);

Assert.AreEqual(3, properties.Count);

// 2 -  Remove by name:
properties.Remove("Year");

Assert.AreEqual(2, properties.Count);

// 3 -  Clear the entire collection at once:
properties.Clear();

Assert.AreEqual(0, properties.Count);

See Also