C# - Indexer


Indexers are a syntactic convenience that enable you to create a class, struct, or interface that client applications can access just as an array. Indexers are most frequently implemented in types whose primary purpose is to encapsulate an internal collection or array.

To declare an indexer on a class or struct, use the this keyword, as in this example:

public int this[int index]    // Indexer declaration  
    // get and set accessors