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FindResults.NumberFound Property

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The total number of results found, including results that were not returned. Integer.

[Visual Basic]

Public NumberFound As System.Integer

[C#] public System.Int32 NumberFound;

Remarks

  • The NumberFound property is not influenced by the FindRange object sent to a find operation. In other words, this property is not the number of results returned; rather, it is the number of results found. Maximum value is 500 (100 for the FindServiceSoap.FindAddress method).

  • If no results are found, the returned NumberFound property value is 0.

Example


[Visual Basic]

'Output the first find result if it is a perfect match
Dim findSpec As New FindSpecification()
findSpec.DataSourceName = "MapPoint.NA"
findSpec.InputPlace = "Seattle, WA"

Dim foundResults As FindResults
foundResults = findService.Find(findSpec)
If (foundResults.NumberFound = 1) Then
 Console.WriteLine(foundResults.Results(0).FoundLocation.Entity.DisplayName)
Else
 Console.WriteLine("Zero or multiple results found.")
End If

[C#] //Output the first find result if it is a perfect match FindSpecification findSpec = new FindSpecification(); findSpec.DataSourceName = "MapPoint.NA"; findSpec.InputPlace = "Seattle, WA"; FindResults foundResults; foundResults = findService.Find(findSpec); if (foundResults.NumberFound == 1) { Console.WriteLine(foundResults.Results[0].FoundLocation.Entity.DisplayName); } else { Console.WriteLine("Zero or multiple results found."); }

See Also

  FindResults Class   |   FindRange Class  

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